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Acer VM498G Driver
Zill October 9th, Good advice. Unless you actually need Windows for some specific application then you would, IMHO, be Acer VM498G better off without it!
Windows tends to be a better OS for "games" but for "useful" Acer VM498G Linux equivalents are often as good or better. Linux-only here for around five years and loving it!
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If you want to make this a less scary idea, I would start with some basics first: See if any special drivers are needed, and if so, try to get them first and print off instructions. If there are any special boot instructions you may need to specify a parameter at boot time to work around video, depending on what you have Acer VM498G sure to print those off. This may all seem a little daunting, but believe me it's pretty easy, and doing your homework first in this regards will pay back when you actually start installing and want to Acer VM498G Ubuntu.
Boot it, play with it a while, see if you like it. Somethings, in particular wireless, may not work with the LiveCD but don't worry - as long as you did your Acer VM498G as I recommended you will Acer VM498G how to fix that when you install. Okay, so now you're past all of that and really do want to install Ubuntu.
While you may think you want Ubuntu only, I would seriously recommend leaving Windows installed for now - you can always delete it later. Instead, this is one instance where I do agree that getting a second hard drive would be best - it will make your life simpler for now because you can bypass any partition related issues with your Windows install, it keeps Ubuntu safely tucked away on its' own disk this might help you feel a Acer VM498G more comfortable - knowing Windows is still there Acer VM498G untouched in case you have some sort of problem with Ubuntu.
Do follow everyone's advice and watch carefully when doing the install so Acer VM498G are sure to install grub what is used for booting Ubuntu on that 2nd disk as well. In this way, you can still just boot your Windows Acer VM498G normal, and when you want to boot Ubuntu just change the boot sequence in the BIOS to use the 2nd drive first.
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So, you've been using Ubuntu now for a while at this point, and you decide you'd like to make it a little easier to Acer VM498G, but you want to keep Windows around also. Acer VM498G back when you are ready and we can help you install grub the boot manager so that you get a menu to select Ubuntu or Windows right Acer VM498G boot so-called "dual boot". So, what's the point of all this?
These set of steps will hopefully Acer VM498G some of the scary away and let you try things one step at a time until you are comfortable enough to move on to the next step. It also has you do some homework first before you install so you can be prepared for any potential problems that you can be aware of up front.
Most of all, remember we Acer VM498G here to help, and ask us anything you feel uncomfortable about - no question is "stupid", no question is "below us". We've all been Acer VM498G, and we just try our best to return the help. Dave ; October 9th, What-the-heck is "Grub"? That would be nice.
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I mean, could it be THAT simple? Pretty please? Its a BIOS option usually This is exactly what I want to do, But