Originally Posted by jymm56
... try Lubuntu. It has a great install, does the partition and install itself, you don't have to partition. ...
Won't boot, there is a work around using "Smart Boot Manager". So I don't have much faith that Lubuntu will work in the long run.
Puppy boots from the live CD and finds all the hardware, sets up the wireless and connects to the internet.
I just can't get it to boot from the hard drive.
Windows has been wiped from this machine and I need help getting Puppy to boot.