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I have Windows 7 (ultimate 32-bit) installed and i have downloaded ubuntu 13.04 .iso file how do i continue do i need to make a partition,then how to?i don't know anything.please help me thanks in advance!

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marked as duplicate by stephenmyall, Kevin Bowen, Basharat Sialvi, coteyr, belacqua May 17 '13 at 16:20

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Well the above comment, and answer will get you going. But before doing that, you need to make either a bootable DVD or a USB flash drive. Since you're on Windows now, you can burn a DVD by using ImgeBurn. Its a free application that will allow you to make a bootable DVD from the ISO. Or if you prefer, you can use UNetbootin to make a bootable USB flash.

Once you do either of those, make sure you set your BIOS to boot from either the DVD or the USB flash, and then follow the instruction from mentioned in the answer, and comment.

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