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Try this if this helps but make a copy first of this file beginning with ".ICE*" and paste the copy into gedit editor and save this as different name-file ... then do this in terminal : rm .ICE* and reboot your machine off-line.
If all you have is a command line, run the command: tasksel and select your desktop environment from there. I would suggest a minimal xfce interface if you don't need all the bells and whistles of UbuntuStudio (xfce is the desktop used). For an even more minimal desktop you can install xfce4 using apt-get like so: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
Wubi installations are not supported any more. Probably it is some bug. But anyway it is not a good idea to install Ubuntu using wubi. Correct way is to write this image to a flash drive, then boot from it and install Ubuntu normal way.
First login into tty by pressing CTRL+ALT+1 Note: Press ALT+7 to came out from tty Solution 1: Reset the Unity and Compiz Download Unity Reset tool from here. Note: It should work with Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 and 13.04. Reset Unity using the following command $ unity-reset Solutiom 2: Reinstall Ubuntu Desktop (i.e Unity) sudo apt-get install ...
An easy way to do this would be to follow this guide here. It is a step by step guide for windows 7 look.
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