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Looking at the steps used, you just have to remove two things: sudo rm -r /usr/bin/utserver /opt/utorrent-server-v3_0/ That's the link you created to the utorrent program and the directory in which you installed utorrent.
The +mac installers are for 64-bit only, since they deal with a problem with UEFI (only 64-bit supports UEFI now). So, there is no separate image for 32-bit. They still exist for 64-bit systems, and be located at an appropriate folder in http://cdimages.ubuntu.com, depending on the flavour. Right now, it seems only Lubuntu and the main Ubuntu images have ...
If you extracted perfectly, then go to boot options while restarting the computer(normally pressing f12 or f9 for many computers) and select the flashdrive and install it. If you think you didn't extract it properly, then download "iso to usb" software which makes the pendrive bootable and do the above process.
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