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re-install debian

Postby charlessuth » 2012-07-29 15:01

Hi everybody

It is terrible I cannot access to my grub to change.I cannot uninstall debian 6.05.
My computer starts quickly and it is impossible to acess to the grub .Is there an another way to acess?
Tell me how to uninstall debian 6.05,if you have got the process.
According to you is there any books,where can I learn these kinds of things whithout bothering you?
Actually I am very disappointed.

Tks for your help.
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Re: re-install debian

Postby dasein » 2012-07-29 15:07

Is this more or less the same question you asked less than 8 hours ago: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82436&p=445675#p445675 ?

Here's an astonishing insight: re-installing Debian is exactly the same as installing it in the first place. No "book" is required.

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Re: re-install debian

Postby masterdam79 » 2012-08-05 20:39

If you can boot from a CD/DVD, you can (re)install Debian (or any other OS)

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Re: re-install debian

Postby kiyop » 2012-08-08 11:19

charlessuth wrote:It is terrible I cannot access to my grub to change.I cannot uninstall debian 6.05.
My computer starts quickly and it is impossible to acess to the grub .Is there an another way to acess?
Tell me how to uninstall debian 6.05,if you have got the process.
According to you is there any books,where can I learn these kinds of things whithout bothering you?
Actually I am very disappointed.

I'm thoroughly disappointed in you. ;)
Have you read
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82436&p=445675#p445687
and
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82436&p=445675#p445688 ?
Do you know how to change BIOS settings?
If you do not know how to change BIOS settings, write so.

Pressing Shift Key just after power-on may open grub2 menu.
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