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    I just do not want to do something wrong with my pc and then cause some damage. Thank you for your answer Soma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by std10093 View Post
    I just do not want to do something wrong with my pc and then cause some damage. Thank you for your answer Soma.
    Like overwrite your Windows installation with the live CD?
    Hardly damage...
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    I just do not want to do something wrong with my pc and then cause some damage.
    I don't use "Ubuntu", but I'd be extremely surprised if it involves much more than answering a few "Yes/No" questions.

    Like overwrite your Windows installation with the live CD?
    ...and there is my strategy for dealing with some of the more difficult computers I maintain: "I just don't know what went wrong; I put in my administration disc to run a virus scan over your files and the next thing I new it had "Arch" installed. There is literally nothing more I can do to support you.".

    Why do so many people run as privileged users? ;_;

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    Okay. Wow. Sorry, I have no idea how I got a double post.
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    Well there's always the potential for something to go wrong with any adjustment to your system.
    So you should always back up first as you know.

    But it's a well tried technique. I use it on my laptop where instead of creating a seperate partition for Linux and waste space because I'm only using it for c programming I just use a puppy linux boot cd which creates an automatic save file of any size I want. The program also makes adjustments for the first
    couple of boots, so after that it is extremely fast.

    So all I need to do is reboot with or without the boot disk to get into either a Linux or Windows enviroment very quickly, no hassles.

    The windows files can be accessed from /mnt/home when I'm in Linux if need be.

    However, understand your point.

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    Switching to the pc'es with XP in the house, when they are free, is going to be what I am going to do for the near future. Thanks everyone for their answers though
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