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I enjoy programming, mathematics and statistics. I'm interested in C#, Python, R, C++, F#, and I study mathematics in my spare time.

(My profile picture is from the Numberline Lane set of childrens' books for learning maths. I can be contacted via outlook.com, username tootone.)


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accepted How to remove latest kernel without removing linux itself
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Feb
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asked Instability of wired Qualcomm Atheros AR8161 ethernet connection with kernel update 3.2.0-58
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revised Which package to install to use C/C++ compiler with Eclipse
made title more relevant; formatting; added software-installation and eclipse-cdt tags
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Feb
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answered Need help booting windows after installing ubuntu dual boot
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answered Could not display "smb://
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comment Installed 32-bit by accident, want to upgrade to 64 and keep W7
it should redo the GRUB launcher so if it works ok with your 32 bit install it should work the same way after the re-install. I would just go ahead and stick the 64 bit live CD and see how far you get (it's v obvious when you have to choose an option that is destructive). If it all looks good then just go ahead; if you get a confusing option then update this question or ask another.
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answered Installed 32-bit by accident, want to upgrade to 64 and keep W7
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comment How to restore windows 7
one way to restore is to use windows 7 disc if you have one. It should give you the option to repair your system. I had to do this once...
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