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Windows7 ina crash baada ya dual boot with Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Shark's Style, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. Shark's Style

    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    Wadau nina laptop aina yake ni Compaq presarion CQ 60-218EM ninatumia Windows7 ila kila nikiweka Ubuntu au backtrack inakuwa ina crash mpaka nalazimika kuitoa na kurudishia tena Windows7 inatumia AMD processor na Graphics card yake ni nVIDIA Geforce8200M
    Naombeni mwenye kufahamu solution ya hii kitu anisaidie coz kuna baadhi ya Linux zinakubali kwamfano backtrack 4 ila nashindwa kutumia hizi latest versions, sifa zake nyingine ni kama ifuatazo

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    [TD="align: left"] Webcam with integrated microphone [/TD]
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    Natanguliza shukrani zangu kwenu.
     
  2. Mtazamaji

    Mtazamaji JF-Expert Member

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    Tumia event viewer kujua na kutambua ni tatizo gani hasa linasababisha kwanza windows i crash ikiwa na Dual boot. Soma hapa na makala hiiil lakini wewe wakati wa kuchagua kwenye windows logs badala ya security chagua cha system logs. Tatizo lolotelilisabbaisha mashine kucrash itakuwa na alama nyekundu . Hii itakusaidia kujua kama
    • kuna driver conflict/ au hardware problem?
    • na ni driver gani
    • na ufanye nini

    Altenatively sijui unsitalll vipi Hiyo Linux kama unaiweka kwenye partition moja na windows (Yaani ukienda kwenye add and remove program uniona ) jaribu kuiweka Linux kwenye partition yake
     
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    HT JF-Expert Member

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    ina crash is a useless word that cannot help any troubleshoot anything. tell us how does it crash.
    tell us version and how do you install and boot
     
  4. Shark's Style

    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    Wadau Asanteni kwa kupitia post yangu na kunipa msaada wenu ingawaje maelezo yangu yanaweza kuwa hayajanyooka. Hali ipo hivi kila ninapowasha PC nikachagua kuboot window7 inaanza kuboot halafu inafika mahali inazima ghafla na kurestart tena so inarudia rudia hivyo hivyo japo mara nyingine inaweza kukubali kuwaka vizuri ila ndo vile inakuwa inaleta inconvenience coz unaweza ukawa unaharaka zako unataka kuwasha ufanye kitu muhimu yenyewe inakataa. Hope maelezo yangu yamekaa vizuri now! wadau karibuni tena kutoa michango yenu ya mawazo.
    Thanks again!
     
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    DAR si LAMU JF-Expert Member

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    ...Hii mashine ni 32 bits au 64bits?

    ...Hiyo ubuntu inabidi iwe nayo ina support AMD, kama ni 64bits.
     
  6. Shark's Style

    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    Mkuu mashine yangu inasupport 64bits operating system ila Ubuntu na linux zote ambazo ninaweka ni za 32bits coz ninapokuwa nadownload kwenye sites zao wanarecommend hivyo. Ingawaje kwa windows7 natumia 64 bits always. Pia ntajuaje kama inasupport amd ila kwa upande wa ubuntu Server naona kuna kaneno kama AMD kwenye name ya software ukiwa unaidownload. Thanks for your Mchango.
     
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    DAR si LAMU JF-Expert Member

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    ...Hilo ndio tatizo. Simply you can't run 32bit OS in a 64bit machine katika hali ya kawaida. Pili, hawa recommend hivyo, bali wanakwambia kuwa kama mashine yako ina Intel, then ni kawaida kutumia 32bit, ambayo ni normal desktop install, as in most PCs.

    ...Kwa kawaida server ni 64bit machines, thats why.

    ...Sasa, tafuta cd image za ubuntu -googling is advisable- halafu utaona aina zote za installs na utaweza chagua inayokufaa.

    ...Remember, you can not run a 32bit OS in a 64bit machine, katika mazingira/hali ya kawaida.
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu@DAR si LAMU Akitaka kutumia Ubuntu pamoja na Windows 7 itabidi Aibadilishe hiyo Windows 7 64Bit aweke Windows 7 32Bit ndio itakapokubali hiyo Ubuntu 32 bit kufanya kazi pamoja . Mbona mimi natumia kwenye desktop yangu Windows 7 32Bit pamoja na Ubuntu 32 bit kwa kutumia dual boot ya EasyBCD na Aweke hiyo Ubuntu Patrition yake peke kwenye windows 7.

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    Ku Download EasyBcd bonyeza hapa Download EasyBCD 2.1.2.156 Free - A handy tool for tweaking your system - Softpedia



    Dual-Boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu in Perfect Harmony

    Windows 7 and Ubuntu, despite their opposing missions, can get along like best pals on a single computer. Here's how to set up a dual boot system that lets you enjoy the best of both worlds in perfect harmony.
    By default, Windows 7 takes over your boot-up process and wants to be your only OS, and Linux treats Windows like a weekend hobby you keep in a shed somewhere on your hard drive. But I've been dual-booting Ubuntu and some version of Windows 7 for nearly a year, and I've learned a lot about inconveniences, annoyances, and file-sharing necessities, and now I'll walk you through how to set up your systems to achieve a peaceful union of your dual-boot OSes. (Both with Windows 7 already installed, and with a clean system ready for a new dual-OS existence.)
    Follow through this guide, and I'll explain how to rebuild a system from the ground up with Windows 7 and Ubuntu, with either a backed-up and cleaned-out hard drive (recommended) or Windows 7 already installed. When we're done, you can work and play in either operating system, quickly and conveniently access your documents, music, pictures, and other files without worry or inconvenience, and boot into either system without having to worry about whether Windows is going to get mad at you. Plus, when Ubuntu 10.04 or Windows 8 come along, you'll find it much easier to install either one without having to start over entirely from scratch.
    What you'll need


    • Windows 7 installation disc: For clean installations, either a full installation copy or an upgrade disc is needed. If you own an upgrade disc but want to start from scratch, there's away to do a clean install with an upgrade disc, though that's a rather gray-area route. Then again, there's probably not a person on this earth that doesn't have a licensed copy of XP or Vista somewhere in their past.
    • Ubuntu 9.10 installation image: You can grab an ISO at Ubuntu.com, or hit "Alternative download options" to reveal a (usually very fast) BitTorrent link. You'll want to get the ubuntu-9.10-desktop-i386.iso download for 32-bit systems, or ubuntu-9.10-desktop-amd64.iso.torrent for 64-bit on AMD or Intel systems (despite the name).
    • Blank CD or empty USB drive: You'll need one of these for burning the Ubuntu ISO, or loading it for USB boot. If you're going the thumb drive route, grab UNetBootin for Windows or Linux, plug in your USB drive, and load it with the downloaded ISO image.
    • All your data backed up: Even if you're pulling this off with Windows 7 already installed and your media and documents present, you'll want to have a fallback in case things go awry. Which they shouldn't, but, naturally, you never know.
    • Free time: I'd reckon it takes about 2 hours to pull off two OS installs on a clean system; more if you've got a lot of data to move around.
    Setting up your hard drive

    If you've got nothing installed on your system, or you've got your data backed up and you're ready to start from scratch, you're in a great position—skip down to the "Partition your system" section. If you've got Windows already installed, you can still make a spot for Ubuntu, though.
    (Only) If Windows is already installed: You're going to "shrink" the partition that Windows 7 installed itself on. Before we do that, clean out any really unnecessary applications and data from your system (we like Revo Uninstaller for doing this). Also, open up "Computer" and take note of how much space remains on your main hard drive, presumably labeled "C:". Head to the Start menu, type "disk management" into the search box, and hit Enter.
    Windows 7 probably put two partitions on your hard drive: one, about 100 MB in size, holding system restoration data. We don't want to touch it. Right-click on the bigger partition to the right, and choose Shrink Partition.
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    After a little bit of hard drive activity and a "Please wait" window, you'll get back the size you can shrink your Windows partition by.
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    If the space Windows offers doesn't jibe with what your Computer view told you was "remaining," you might need to hit Cancel, then head back and defragment your hard drive, and take some of the steps laid out by the How-To Geek. Run the Disk Management tool again and try a Shrink Volume operation again, and free up as much space as you can.
    Partition your system: You're aiming to set up a system with three partitions, or sections, to its hard drive: One lean partition for the Windows operating system and applications running from it, another just-big-enough partition for Ubuntu and its own applications, and then a much larger data partition that houses all the data you'll want access to from either one. Documents, music, pictures, application profiles—it all goes in another section I'll call "Storage" for this tutorial.
    How do you get there? We're going to use GParted, the Linux-based uber-tool for all things hard drive. You could grab the Live CD if you felt like it, but since you've already downloaded an Ubuntu installer, you can simply boot a "live," no-risk session of Ubuntu from your CD or USB stick and run GParted from there. Once you're inside Ubuntu, head to the System menu in the upper left when you get to a desktop, then choose the Administration menu and GParted under it.
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    You'll see your system's hard drive and its partitions laid out. You're going to create partitions for Linux and your storage space, but not Windows—we'll let the Windows installation carve out its own recovery partition and operating space. On my own system, I give Windows 15 GB of unallocated space, and Ubuntu another 15 GB of space right after it, with whatever's left kept as storage space. Then again, I've only got a 100 GB hard drive and don't run huge games or applications, so you can probably give your two operating systems a bit more space to grow.
    Click on the unallocated space and hit the "New" button at the far left. In the "Free space preceding" section, click and hold the up button, or enter a number of megabytes, to leave space for Windows at the front. When you've got the "space preceding" set, set the actual size of the Ubuntu partition in the "New Size" section, and leave "Free space following" alone. Choose "unformatted" under file system—we'll let Ubuntu do the format itself and hit "Add." Back at the main GParted window, click on the space to the right of your two OS spaces, hit "New" again, and set the file system as "ntfs." Give it a label like "Storage," hit "Add," and at the main GParted window, hit the checkmark button to apply your changes. Once it's done, exit out of GParted and shut down the system from the pull-down menu in the upper-right corner.
    If Windows is already installed: If you've shrunk down its partition for free space and booted into a live Ubuntu or GParted, click on the "Unallocated" piece next to the two "ntfs" partitions that represent your Windows 7 installation and system recovery tools. Create a 15(-ish) GB unformatted partition, and give it a label like Ubuntu. If you've got a good deal of space left, format it as "ntfs" and label it something like "Storage." If you can just barely fit the Ubuntu partition, you can just keep your media files in the Windows partition—until you can remedy this with a full wipe-and-install down the line.
    Experienced Linux geeks might be wondering where the swap space is going—but don't worry, we'll create one, just not in its own partition.
    Installing and configuring Windows

    Grab your Windows 7 installation disc—either a full copy or modified upgrade disc, and insert it into your DVD drive. If your system isn't set up to boot from CD or DVD drive, look for the button to press at start-up for "Boot options" or something similar, or hit up your system maker's help guides to learn how to change your boot order in the BIOS settings.
    Follow through the Windows 7 installation, being sure to choose "Custom" for the installation method and to point it at that unallocated space we created at the beginning of your hard disk, not the NTFS-formatted media/storage space we made earlier:
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    Work your way through the Windows 7 installation, all the way until you reach the Windows desktop. Feel free to set up whatever programs or apps you want, but what we really want to do is set up your Storage partition to house your pictures, music, video, and other files, and make your Libraries point to them.
    Hit the Start menu, click Computer, and double-click on the hard drive named "Storage" (assuming you named it that earlier). In there, right-click and create new folders (or hit Ctrl+Shift+N) for the files you'll be using with both systems. I usually create folders labeled Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos—I could also see folders for saved games and data files from big software packages. Copy your media files into these folders now, if you'd like, but we've got a bit more tweaking to pull off.
    In the left-hand sidebar, you'll see your "Libraries" for documents, music, pictures, and video. At the moment, they point to your Public shared folders and the My Pictures-type folders on your main Windows drive. Click once on any of the Libraries, and at the top of the main panel, you'll see text stating that this library "Includes: 2 locations ...". Click the blue text on "2 locations," then click on each of the folders below and hit "Remove" on the right-hand side. Now hit "Add" and select the corresponding folder on your Storage drive. Do the same for all your music, pictures, videos, and other media folders.
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    Want to add another library for quick access? Right-click somewhere on the desktop, choose New->Library, and follow the steps.
    That's about it for Windows. Now get your Ubuntu CD or USB stick ready and insert it in your system. Ignore whatever auto-play prompts appear, and restart your system
     
  9. Shark's Style

    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    Nimekusoma mkuu mashine yangu by default ilikuja na os ya 32 bit japo architecture yake ina sema ni 64 bit capable so currently natumia 64 OS kwa windows ila kwa linux natumia 32 bits kwa zote ninazozidownload nipo chuo nasoma comptuter science na mimi ndo nadistribute hizi OS na kwa wenzangu zinafanya kazi vizuri na wengi wao wanatumia Windows za 64bits japo wapo wanaotumia 64bits na hawana matatizo yoyote na pc zao ila mie tu na ni tatizo la muda mrefu sana coz nipo na pc hii kwa miaka mitatu sasa na nina experience tatizo hili kila ninapoweka dual boot
     
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    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    DAR si LAMU JF-Expert Member

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    ...Shark,

    ...Basi -kwa maelezo yako mpaka hapa- mashine yako ndo itakuwa na matatizo. Labda ni tatizo la hardware zaidi kuliko software -ukizingatia ni miaka mitatu sasa- na hivyo inabidi utafute machine nyingine.

    ...Ukipata nafasi, jaribu kupitia katika forums za watumiaji wa ubuntu -zipo kibao!- ili uweze kupata ufumbuzi, kwani, matatizo yako yashawakumba na wengine pia.
     
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    Shark's Style Senior Member

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    Thanks kwa wote waliochangia manake imenichosha nadhani naweza kufikiria ni matatizo ya kihardware zaidi, manake tokea ikiwa mpya kabisa ilikuwa inaleta usumbufu huu. Thanks kwa wote wadau.
     
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