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Hello everybody! I made a post a couple weeks ago wondering if my speakers died and it turns out they did not. The speakers are alive but the problem is that they developed a brain and decided to think and what they decided was to hate Windows Vista . I'm using the "Try Ubuntu Linux" option to see if the speakers work (it made the Ubuntu Linux start-up sound. You know, of a Safari with some choir in the background) and I tried Playlist.com and Youtube and obviously I need Adobe Flash Player. I followed the instructions on their site and downloaded every version but it would not install. Anybody have any idea on how to make it so it would work? Thanks!
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Hello everybody! I made a post a couple weeks ago wondering if my speakers died and it turns out they did not. The speakers are alive but the problem is that they developed a brain and decided to think and what they decided was to hate Windows Vista . I'm using the "Try Ubuntu Linux" option to see if the speakers work (it made the Ubuntu Linux start-up sound. You know, of a Safari with some choir in the background) and I tried Playlist.com and Youtube and obviously I need Adobe Flash Player. I followed the instructions on their site and downloaded every version but it would not install. Anybody have any idea on how to make it so it would work? Thanks!
If your running a Linux live CD then you can't save any changes to it because its not installed on your computer.

Check your Advanced Volume Manager or whatever its called in Vista
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I'll try downloading it but I've tried before. I think I gave it 86GB out of the whole I don't know, 250GB on my laptop hard drive it wouldn't install afterward for some reason.
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I'll try downloading it but I've tried before. I think I gave it 86GB out of the whole I don't know, 250GB on my laptop hard drive it wouldn't install afterward for some reason.
I wouldn't go and install Linux unless you know what your doing. Your going to ruin your Windows partition if something is done wrong.

Best bet is to check all of your audio options in Vista or just use Linux. If you decide to just use Linux (which is better and will have all your drivers, no viruses, better effects, so on so on.. lol) then I'll give a little step by step on how to install Linux. But if you game then stay with Window$ or dual boot
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