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    Dual boot

    Hello everyone,thats my first post for XUBUNTU 12.10...
    Installed as dual boot with windows7 and also everything seems going well..i am saying everything cause after installation when the system booted for first time and i pressed to boot ubuntu it crashed.I turned off the netbook manually and turned on again,then the xubuntu booted very slow but at least it made it.
    I tried to fix the microphone problem tweeking the alsamixer and i made it.
    Then i restarted the system and from now xubuntu just cant opens..
    Now i am editing my post from windows.
    I think i have to install xubuntu 12.04...
    Last edited by Burnedbrain; January 9th, 2013 at 03:18 PM.

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    Re: Dual boot

    That's probably a good way to go. Ubuntu 12.10 generates system failures every day I use it -- so I don't. I use 12.04 instead and it works just fine. Newer, in Ubuntu releases, is not always better.
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    Re: Dual boot

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Phelps View Post
    That's probably a good way to go. Ubuntu 12.10 generates system failures every day I use it -- so I don't. I use 12.04 instead and it works just fine. Newer, in Ubuntu releases, is not always better.
    Agreed

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    Re: Dual boot

    After my system stopped responding with 12.10 version i installed 12.04...i had many crashes when i was trying to upgrade the system.
    I tried to install first the language packages that was missing and after that to install the system updates,after that the system is working well without crashes!Now i have to solve sound problems.Thanks a lot!

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