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  1. I've always had Windows 8 in my notebook. Some months ago, I installed Ubuntu 13. Today, I wanted to delete it, so I deleted the ubuntu partitions from the Windows disk utility. When I restarted it, there is a message in a black screen, and a kind of terminal from ubuntu saying: [ GNU GRUB version 2.00-19ubuntu2.1 Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file completions. grub> _______ ] There isn't any way to enter Windows. Tried form the Sony Assist Button. It always appears this black screen.
  2. Hey, just want a vote from all before i done it. -WHICH ONE IS THE MOST SUITABLE OPERATING SYSTEM BASED ON LINUX BASED OPERATING SYSTEM ON NETBOOK? 1)Ubuntu 2)Lubuntu 3)Jolicloud 4)Linux Mint Please suggest for me which of the four types of OS is best for my netbook NETBOOK PREFERENCE: Processor: Intel Atom RAM: 1GB GPU: Intel GMA 3150 Thanks for feedback.
  3. I was going to remove linux on my computer but accidently deleted the wrong partion so i deleted windows. i have been trying to make a system recovery using a repair disc but you have to have a windows os installed to do so. is there anyway i can ust make a complete system recovery on my computer so i can start over from scratch and install windows because i don't have a windows 7 installation disc. Thanks
  4. hi, i installed ubuntu 12.04 LTS, completely overwriting and deleting windows 7, i have a windows 7 disk that works on other pc's. if i put a disk that has a Linux distribution on, it is recognized and boots into the cd, if i load a cd with a windows OS on it just loads straight back into UBUNTU. I need to totally uninstall ubuntu and go back to windows 7. Thank you Ancylla
  5. Hello! You have definetely seen topics like this and you will see more if you write it in google. But I can honestly say that I've read almost every post in web that is similar to this problem. Recently I bought a new laptop which had Linux OS. I had a Windows 7 installation CD at home so I decided to try Linux, but if I'm not satisfied, install Windows 7. Unfortunately Linux (to be more accutare - Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 11) is not the OS for me, and I began to search through web different ways how to uninstall Linux, and it's a nightmare. Someone gives an advice but in the next site it appears to damage the computer, motherboard, and can crash everything possible. I have seen words liek "MBR", "hard drive partitions" and other ghosts (I'm new at computer stuff so it all looks to me like chinese language) that gives me an advice to use command prompt in Linux (to be honest, everything I tried to do with this thing just made it harder and harder). Codes, codes and codes, but no answer I could understand. Then I found a post which said to insert the Windows 7 installation CD, boot the computer and choose to boot it from DVD. I stopped to do anything at the step when Windows gave me a choice to install the OS at on of 6 partitions, not one of them allowed to install something related to Windows (nfts) files. And the next moment is this - when I'm asking to help, because I'm more than desperate right now. Already saying THANK YOU to every answer this post will get!
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