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I'll post a way that doesn't use disk images. In this case the operation is a bit involved. All told, you have about 40GB of data on a 750 GB disk. Making disk images of the full thing would be considerable waste of time and space. What I'd recommend, given that the SSD is a much smaller disk, is copy the content and not the entire disk/partition: Plan ...


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either -boot in single-user mode (from grub: press e then add single at the end of the line starting with linux), or -boot from live-cd and mount your root fs (/) then rename your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file (mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.failing - the path will obviously be different if you mounted your fs from a live-cd)


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Sorry to hear Ubuntu didn't work out for you. Ubuntu is able to install apps, and it's actually easier once you get the hang of how it's different to Windows. If you're determined to return to Windows though you'll want to repair your boot loader. To do this you'll need to install boot-repair. After running "recommended repair" and rebooting you will be ...


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A Temporary solution I usually rely on is "Super Grub2 Disk" Download the first "Recommended download". Burn the ISO on a CD (I think Brasero Disc Burner comes default with Ubuntu). Boot the PC off it (Like you did with Ubuntu CD during the installation). Choose "Everything", then choose your windows installation. If this works, and the windows is OK, ...


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Deja-dup is a graphical front end for the program duplicity. Typing man duplicity into console gives me this, of note: duplicity [restore] [options] [--file-to-restore <relpath>] [--time time] source_url target_directory So it looks like you'll want to try duplicity <url to your backup> <where you want to restore to> So if you wanted ...



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