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Skhilled

2019 Aug 19 08:08:59
Me been too busy. LOL
 

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2019 Aug 16 11:02:54
TGIF!  :disturbed:

Actually, I don't really care anymore.  laughing7
 

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2019 Aug 11 08:02:18
It's a nice Sunday morning here in T-Ville!  :thumbup:
 

Ken

2019 Jul 25 14:02:41
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Skhilled

2019 Jul 25 07:22:09
* Skhilled goes to find someone to hump.  :banana:
 

Ken

2019 Jul 24 11:47:22
And just that quick, it's HUMP DAY!!!  shocked003
 

Skhilled

2019 Jul 19 10:03:01
LOL
 

Ken

2019 Jul 19 09:43:28
TGIF!  :thumbup:
Yes, it is that day!
 

Skhilled

2019 Jul 14 15:16:31
Yes, it is. :)
 

Ken

2019 Jul 14 08:14:48
Good Sunday morning!  :)

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Author Topic: Dual-Boot on my Laptop.  (Read 1366 times)

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Offline Ken (OP)

Re: Dual-Boot on my Laptop.
« Reply #15 on: September 20, 2018, 01:03:32 PM »
I can remember back in the 90's having run-in's with some of the Linux geeks who thought that Windows users were total losers and should all burn in Hell for following Bill Gates around as if they had a ring in their noses!  :o

One suck such fellow thought that Slackware was the only worthy OS and he thought that anyone who did not use it was a piece of crap. Of course, I would never yank anyone's chain to challenge their beliefs.  ;)

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Offline Ken (OP)

Re: Dual-Boot on my Laptop.
« Reply #16 on: September 20, 2018, 01:13:45 PM »
You can also try EasyBCD. I've used it in the past and it works:

http://neosmart.net/EasyBCD/

Thanks for the link, I had already tried EasyBCD but it didn't work because of the maxed out partition issue. Gotta read up on it now to see if it would be worthwhile to install it to an existing Windows/Ubuntu install.

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