I have a Dell Mini 910. There is no Windows on it so the laptop can't power on. I created a bootable USB with Ubuntu 11.04 and I'm trying to install it, but I have a problem. The hard drive of the Dell is 8 GiB and Ubuntu wants at least 4.4GB to install. So, the installation progress stacks because there is not that much free space. So I would like help on how to clean my hard disc in order to have more free space to install Ubuntu!
closed as too localized by desgua, Marco Ceppi♦ Feb 26 '12 at 13:47
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