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Virtual Computer setup: 512 MB RAM

Laptop spec: i3 2.1Ghz 2GB DDR3 RAM Nvidia GT525M

I am install ubuntu successfully just now, but the VM crash once it needed to be reboot. What can I do now?

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Failed per se is not a good Question update your post with this information What did you do? what step did you do? What guide are you follow? What error did you get? thx. – hhlp Jan 1 '13 at 12:23

After complete installation make sure you change the controller : IDE settings of the virtual machine in its settings Window under "storage" to "empty" again from the "bootable OS disk " you used to install your virtual OS.

Otherwise what happens is that on restart your virtual machine, your machine keeps booting from the disk .

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