Items Tagged with boot disc
#7 / 2010-09-28 09:00:00 / 1:28 min.
If you like
using Ubuntubut want to have the option of using your other operating system, you can always
create a dual boot system. This will involve
partitioning your hard driveand you should probably back up your data, but once the process is complete, you'll be able to
boot into Ubuntuor your other OS whenever you want.
#2 / 2010-09-21 09:00:00 / 1:47 min.
If you want to
try Ubuntuwithout actually committing part of your hard drive to it, you can do so by
creating a LiveCD or DVD. These discs act sort of like
boot discsand allow you to run Ubuntu on your computer without using system resources. We'll show you
how to create a LiveCDor DVD in this episode.
#789 / 2010-08-31 09:30:00 / 2:00 min.
It's important to
create a Windows system repair diskjust in case something goes horribly wrong with your computer. The Windows system repair disk will help you get your computer back up and running should disaster strike.
#50 / 2010-07-01 12:00:00 / 4:13 min.
We all know how important it is to keep your computer backed up. One way to do that is to
create a disk imageof your machine. This
backs up your operating system, programs, and data. This week, Doc takes a look at three of his all-time favorite disc imaging programs.
If you've heard a little bit about Linux then you might have been curious to try a
Linux distributionyourself. In this series we'll give you an
introduction to Ubuntu, a free
Linux-based operating systemthat gives you multiple installation options. We'll walk you through
how to install Ubuntuusing each of those, including using
LiveCD or DVDs,
running a persistent image, and
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