I have a windows 7 laptop. I downloaded the Wubi.exe from ubuntu and whatnot, and ran it. After all that went well, I rebooted to finish the install.Then I get a screen that says " Try (hd0, 0): NTFS5: No wubildr Try (hd0, 1): NTFS5: " Nothing else... if I let it sit for five or ten minutes it just stays there. What do I do to fix this?
There's a way to workaround this, but one might argue that the whole point of Wubi - to try out Ubuntu easily from Windows and easily uninstall - is lost when you have to employ workarounds to get it to boot.
The workaround is to copy the
My advice would be to try Ubuntu from a live USB and then if you like it, just do a normal dual boot. Unless it's really important not to modify partitions.
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