wanted help in installing

Johnneylee Rollins johnneylee.rollins at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 15:46:55 UTC 2010

>        In your Ubuntu please in a Terminal window type lspci     and
> then send that with this:
> type sudo fdisk -l
> give your password
> send us this too
Karl, what do you expect to get from this information?
He already has ubuntu on his machine, meaning it's compatible, he's
just upgrading.

Chandan, we don't need this info. At least not at this moment. Try my
solution and let us know.
If you have to reinstall ubuntu you can go into the try ubuntu without
effecting your computer mode, and then open the partitioner in system
->administration -> partition editor
Then select the hard drive your computer is on and select the ubuntu
partition. It should be ext2/3/4 anyone of those, and also delete the
swap partition.
Then once specifically ubuntu is gone, don't delete your windows
partition, press apply. That will finish and then on the desktop click
the install shortcut. Go through the process and when you get to the
part where you select where ubuntu goes, click "Use largest continuous
free space" That should get you started.

Good luck,


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