Re: Starting at the beginning
I respectively suggest that you install Ubuntu on the external drive - that will enable you still use Win 7 (explore compatability mode). I have found a couple of applications that don't have a Linux replacement for which I'm willing to undergo the steep learning curve - Photo Shop being one, another is iTunes.
Originally Posted by dog_eared
If your intention is to boot a live Ubuntu DVD and while running Ubuntu remove it to play music CDs - the answer is NO.
If I boot Ubuntu from a CD can I remove it and replace it with others Cd's? Any guidance as to the best route to follow which gives the least hassle? Many thanks.
On the other hand if you install Ubuntu on either hard drive the CD / DVD player will be free to use.
HP | Intel iCore 7 3.2Ghz | 12 Gb mem | SSD Win7 | HDD Trusty | Mate 16.04
Dell laptop | Intel iCore 3 2.1Ghz | 4 Gb mem | MATE 16.04 + Win 7