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    I was thinking to install UBUNTU in one of my computers (PC with Windows 2000 server). If I install this operating system.. Am I going to loose windows and all the programs I have installed in Windows.. Am i going to be able to select the OS i want to run when I turn the computer on? Maybe ecsyte can give me a hand....

    http://www.ubuntu.com/
    Last edited by Piscosour; 07-18-2006, 02:06 AM.
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    If you put in a second drive, you can do a clean install and have multi boot setup, otherwise i'm afraid you are gonna lose your windows install, unless perhaps you get some non-destructive partitioning (split the existing drive) but I don't know if you can use non-destructive partition editing if two partitions don't already exist.

    check out partition magic, although i'm sure there's a host of third party options out there

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      Thank you Bear!
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