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Ensure CPU virtualisation is on in your BIOS/UEFI virtual box can give strange errors when this is off since it now allows you to run a guest OS WITHOUT this feature turned on. you can check by downloading the Intel Processor Identification Utility http://www.intel.com/support/processors/tools/piu/sb/CS-014921.htm


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All Windows 8 and above computers come with UEFI UEFI is the new thing that replaced BIOS in these computer. UEFI can be set to Legacy (BIOS) mode, but then Windows 8 and above won't boot. To dual-boot the computer with Windows 8 and Ubuntu, you have to keep the UEFI in its native mode. 32-bit Ubuntu is not compatible with UEFI. To dual-boot a computer ...


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grub of ubuntu cannot take entry of windows thats why grub boot only ubuntu try this command. $ sudo update-grub (make sure it will take entry of win 7) $ sudo reboot


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A similar phenomenon had occurred and was solved. Built and installed gcc-4.9.2 Built another software. No problem. Built and installed binutils-2.25 gcc failed with ..../bin/as: unrecognized option: `-xarch=generic' Renamed /usr/local/i386-pc-solaris2.11/ with different name, which was installed by binutils including bin/as gcc succeeded This is my ...


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I am having the same issue with ru servers. There is a bug on LaunchPad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-release-upgrader/+bug/1394494 Current workaround is to switch to the main server:


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You don't need to add the architecture to install the Skype package itself, but you do need it to install all the dependencies. Also note that you don't need GDebi - the Software Centre is perfectly capable of handling deb files.


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Your notebook has 1GB RAM according to Google, not enough RAM to install a 64-bit operating system. Because of the limited amount of RAM Ubuntu will lag on this laptop. If you want to improve your laptop's performance, you have a choice of installing either Xubuntu 32-bit, which is comparable to Windows Vista in look and feel or Lubuntu 32-bit, which is ...


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Looking at the top output you provided in the comments you have one problem (not enough cache memory) that can be divided into two sub-problems: chromium. compiz The cheap solution: Easiest to solve. Chromium is known to be a memory hog: uninstall it and use FireFox instead. A bit more complex to solve. a. Make a system backup! If you don't know ...


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Welcome to AskUbuntu. If you're using a 64bit processor, use 64bit Ubuntu! For sure, you can run Ubuntu 64bit fine.


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Your memorychip in slot 2 might be defective, but I do not think so. Try swapping the two so your Nanya chip is in slot 1. Since they are different, they might have different timing (not notiable by us humans), but the bios will think the other is off. Swapping them will let the bios set its parameters by the Nanya chip (the lesser of the 2), and it should ...


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Yes it is compatible. Since your processor has a 64-bit instruction set and the machine has more than 2 GB of RAM, "amd64" is recommended.


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You can try one of the following: sudo apt-get -f install To force install the dependencies and such. Or try installing it via the Ubuntu Wine Team PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7



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