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I had windows 8 running on my computer and decided that I wanted to swith over to using ubuntu. I used my USB drive and downloaded the 13.10 edition. The. I used the PendriveLinux software from the site to put the ubuntu install onto the USB drive to make it bootable. Then I turned off my computer and rebooted it with the USB drive. I went through the installation steps and installed it and made an ubuntu one account. Then it prompted me to restart my computer. I restarted it with the flash drive still in and it rebooted to the same installation page that's black. So I turned off and turned on my computer without the flash drive plugged in and it didn't boot it just said start PXE over IPv4. I waited a while and I got a no operating system message. Can someone PLEASE help me figure out this problem and how I can get the OS up and running?

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I really need some help with this so it would be great of someone could help me out –  user212678 Nov 8 '13 at 11:52
    
check the booting order in your BIOS; hard disk first, then PXE –  user85164 Nov 8 '13 at 11:55
    
How do I check that? When I boot the computer with no flash drive in, it doesn't boot it goes straight to the start PXE over ipv4 message –  user212678 Nov 8 '13 at 11:59
    
maybe you should press F2 (or F10, or... ) it depends on your hardware, there's no general rule. check the manual. –  user85164 Nov 8 '13 at 12:01
    
I tried pressing F2 and f10 to pull up bios settings but none of that pulls that up. –  user212678 Nov 8 '13 at 12:02
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u bttr try pressing delete key constantly to enter into bios.and then check the boot priority ,change first boot priority to Hard Disk and second to CD- ROM .. thats it, if still problem persist then please try to reinstall ubuntu and this time make sure u have removed pendrive b4 restarting..

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