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I need help on Operating Systems...=)

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Ok so I currently have Windows XP Home installed on one HD no Partitions. MY question is that I want to install Linux on my C:// Drive, of course my making a Partition. I was planning on allocating 20GB of space. Anyways... I want to install Linux (Ubuntu) without having to burn a CD. One: I dont have any CD's at the moment lol. And two: Im just to lazy... So is there anyway to install it without burning it to a CD. Thx!
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So if you want Linux but you can't be bothered to make installation media, exactly how pray tell do you expect to get it onto the computer? :)
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