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Another question here. I installed Ubuntu (12.04 I thing, the ones with the LT support?), was previously using Windows 7. Now when I boot, I get the option to use Windows 7 or Ubuntu, but when I select Ubuntu nothing happens - just a black screen. I then have to power off by holding down the power switch and select Win 7?
Any ideas?

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I ges u have to format your machine n remove vwindow 7 completely that u b able to boot on Ubuntu automaticaly

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Who is managing your boot? During the ubuntu install, you were given the option of installing GRUB. What did you pick here?

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Here the full tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmN4Pj3VWpc

It worked for me I am using Windows 7 and ubuntu 12.04
If you have already installed ubuntu incorrectly, format the part of the hardisk reserved for ubuntu and follow the steps in the video :)

Good Luck

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