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Old 03-12-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
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Post hello do they have an windos installer that will replace all of your windos iso files

hello i need a windos installer that will install vinux on your computer replaceing the windos iso files on your sistom that wont requier me to go out of windos to compleet the install prosus i would do it but i am blind
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You could try wubi to install Ubuntu within Windows:

That gives you a functioning Ubuntu install that runs as a program from inside your Windows.

Then there is a way to make wubi take over the computer and get rid of Windows entirely. I've never done it, but I know that at least on member of LQ has:
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Originally Posted by frankbell View Post
You could try wubi to install Ubuntu within Windows:
I don't think I fully understand the question. Maybe frankbell has it covered. You can install Linux without risking anything by using a virtual machine such as VirtualBox or vmware


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