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Ubuntu 7.10

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I have been getting a lot of errors on my laptop while running this OS... I was wondering if there could be some sort of problem running linux on a vista preloaded pc... Since, vista has its own thing going on. I have recently installed wine so i could run World of Warcraft on the lappy. Could that be the cause of my problems im getting a lot of i386 errors saying this isn't compatible and the screen going gray thanks for any input.
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hate to admit it but vista, unlike XP, doesn't like sharing the harddrive so this type of thread I see quite often sorry I don't know the answer but I run my systems apart in that I have kubuntu for 99% of my needs, and a spare computer for games running windows because those little sometimes big surprises on windows are too often, too expensive and too dramatic for my weak heart and pocket, thanks
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I personally have never had any issues running Vista in a multi-boot environment. I have four Linux systems running on the same machine with Vista.

The best advice I can give is make a note of the errors and do a search with your favorite search engine. Most of the answers to Ubuntu are at their forums.
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