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I love Ubuntu 12.04, Unity makes old gnome feel outdated and it's quicker and easier to work with IMO smile.gif
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oki most of things i didnt even understand ..like chinase langue for me...the thing is that i created bootable linux usb....started with f8...but now when i wana 7 i dono how to get back on windows 7 ...all windows files shows in hdd but how do i boot back to windows7?
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oki most of things i didnt even understand ..like chinase langue for me...the thing is that i created bootable linux usb....started with f8...but now when i wana 7 i dono how to get back on windows 7 ...all windows files shows in hdd but how do i boot back to windows7?

remove the usb and reboot. also, please use better grammar in your next post.
post #14 of 17
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Sorry about grammer but was using my nokia n8 wich nearly freezes when trying to post somthing in ocn site.

When i remove usb and reboot it asks me to insert right boot device and restart the system :(

post #15 of 17
Once you booted with the USB did you install anything? It almost sounds like something has altered the boot records on the Primary hard disk or the BIOS/EFI isn't looking for it. I'd try rebooting again and use F8 and select the drive you have Windows on and see if you can get back to Windows.
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I installed another windows 7 then from msconfig got back to my old windows 7 :D

But didnt install Linux in the end :(  cuz it didnt like somthing with partitions  :(

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I installed another windows 7 then from msconfig got back to my old windows 7 biggrin.gif
But didnt install Linux in the end frown.gif  cuz it didnt like somthing with partitions  frown.gif

Next time just put your install disk in, choose repair -> command line;

Bootrec /fixmbr
Bootrec /fixboot
Bootrec /rebuildbcd

And you'd be back to Windows in no time.
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