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Old 12-31-2007, 11:26 PM   #16
mohtasham1983
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I hope you will never install Vista. In case, you were forced to install vista, just keep in mind if you install vista or xp after ubuntu installation, they will remove your boot menu (GRUB), since Microsoft doesn't respect to other operating systems. What you need to get the boot menu back is to boot from ubuntu CDs and reinstall and configure GRUB again.

I hope you enjoy Ubuntu and its capabilities.
 
  


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