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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    *little bump* I really need help!

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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Hi ,
    Sorry but I must misunderstood , I think.

    Follow these steps please.

    1)Boot in to windows and do 2 things
    a)Delete Ubuntu (wubi) installation. Go to Control Panel and remove Ubuntu like any other program in windows.
    b) Make a defrag. Windows have native tool for this.
    After above ,
    2) boot from Usb (Usb you made with Unetbootin) and when menu show up , press "Default" .
    Then test Ubuntu for a little (if you want) and see if is Ok with your hardware.
    3) Install Ubuntu . You will see this option on Desktop "Install Ubuntu 12.04" . Click there and Installation will start. Choose the option " Install Ubuntu alongside windows" and follow the guide (fill out name - location - password ... etc)
    When installation finish , reboot your computer and unpug the Usb .
    You will see grub menu and you will be able to boot either windows or Ubuntu.
    I am wait the news
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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Well, step 3 is something I can't do! As I already said; I can't click on anything; or type anything! It just recognizes mouse-movement!
    The only place where I can type is the Terminal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRex View Post
    Well, step 3 is something I can't do! As I already said; I can't click on anything; or type anything! It just recognizes mouse-movement!
    The only place where I can type is the Terminal!

    Hi ,
    so your problem is specific to mouse clicking. Can you test another mouse ? (do you have?)
    Is this a Usb mouse ? If yes , then check the BIOS for "Legacy Usb" support option.


    I don't know if there is a command to Install Ubuntu via terminal.
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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    I'll try another mouse (yup, both the keyboard and mouse are wireless).

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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Didn't help; anyone able to help/have suggestions about what I could do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanRex View Post
    I can't click on anything; or type anything! It just recognizes mouse-movement!
    The only place where I can type is the Terminal!
    Hi ,
    I wonder.... "wireless adaptor sees well the mouse ? "
    another query "mouse has batteries? are full ? "
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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Well, The Wireless mouse and keyboard work perfectly on Windows; I see no reason for them to not work on Ubuntu!

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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Quote Originally Posted by DanRex View Post
    Well, The Wireless mouse and keyboard work perfectly on Windows; I see no reason for them to not work on Ubuntu!
    Hi ,
    I also have a wireless mouse and keyboard combo and are working flawlessly from the first time.
    So forgive my queries . I just try to understand why !

    Did you check the BIOS for "legacy usb" support ?
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    Re: Ubuntu first startup

    Quote Originally Posted by NikTh View Post
    Hi ,
    I also have a wireless mouse and keyboard combo and are working flawlessly from the first time.
    So forgive my queries . I just try to understand why !

    Did you check the BIOS for "legacy usb" support ?
    Thanks
    How do I do that?
    And Forgive me my way of explaining things; quite hard to understand? (especially when there are multiple problems!)

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