Originally Posted by linuxiso
I used many different types of Ubuntu versions before, and sometimes the problem is that your computer is simply too slow.
Therefore, I would recommend that you use atleast 2.4GHZ with 512MB ram or higher for the latest Ubuntu versions.
Have a nice day.
lol.. Sorry, but thats just ridiculous. I've had Ubuntu running on PC's far less powerful than 2.4ghz. I've got a few running on 700mhz processors.
w32codecs is not the issue, because its not a codec problem, it appears its a device issue..
As another poster suggested, we need to see the results of the two commands below...
lspci (thats a lowercase L)
lsb_release -a (again, lowercase L).. .This will tell us what version of ubuntu you're using since you don't know(which is a whole other issue).
To open a terminal and run those commands, Applications/Accessories/Terminal