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Your computer specs will be exactly the same as any OS change does not alter the specs of a machine although with linux performance is usually better since linux is a lot more efficient and uses less memory and CPU to do certain tasks... Their are different flavours of Ubuntu for different people and Pc's (Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu) Running .exe requires a ...


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By default Wake-up On LAN (WOL) is enabled in BIOS and it seems to be a bug with power management. Turning of WOL in the BIOS should fix this. What seems to happen is that the system falsely identifies the shutdown as a power failure and it trigger WOL to start a reboot. Sourceforge has a topic on this specific board. Arch BBS too but it also has a ...


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Most computers let you disable Secure Boot without enabling BIOS/CSM/legacy-mode booting. Look for an option to enable you to do this. With Secure Boot off, you should be able to install Ubuntu in EFI mode; or you can use rEFInd, on a CD-R or USB flash drive, to boot Ubuntu in EFI mode. That done, installing the Debian package should enable you to choose ...


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Psh, 50 rep to comment; glad I saved THIS link Or if you'd rather read it here: "I came through this issue: Called TechSupport for an issue on my Latitude E6430 (running ubuntu, and bought with ubuntu from DELL).. they told me to update BIOS to last revision in order to solve my issue. But, big surprise: there's no linux update package, nor a ...


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Download EasyBCD here [Just type any name or email-id and click "Download!"] Install EasyBCD in Windows Follow Instructions


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Can you post the output of sudo sensors-detect? Edit: Nevermind. I read the pastbin you linked (totally missed it). It looks like sensors-detect does not fully recognize your Super I/O chip. According to this the Super I/O is the Nuvoton (formerly Winbond) NCT 5538D. The chip ID appears to be the same as the NCT6775 family. You can download the ...


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If your System's EFI is equipped to do this, then you can actually resolve it without needing any kind of bootable media. Firstly, some clarification: Your system does not have a BIOS. UEFI is a complete replacement for BIOS. The screen you enter when you hit DEL or ESC or F1 (or whatever your special key is) is called "system setup" or "system ...


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Try installing the latest microcode for your processor. According to some linux gurus you may be able to improve the functioning of the central processor (CPU) in your computer by applying the latest Intel or AMD microcode. This will improve the functioning of your CPU, because it corrects bugs in the default microcode that it receives from the motherboard. ...


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By vbios, I take it to mean your video bios. The video bios exists on a chip on your video/graphics adapter much in the same way that your Motherboard's bios is stored on a chip. Both your video bios and motherboard bios are read and executed every time at boot. You could have multiple and different OS's or no OS at all, but the bios still executes. It's ...



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