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Re: Ubuntu V 6.06 LTS for your PC

From: James Youngman
Subject: Re: Ubuntu V 6.06 LTS for your PC
Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2007 18:35:48 +0100

On 8/4/07, Robert Ryding <address@hidden> wrote:
> This is in regards to the Freeware Copy of Ubuntu V6.06.
> For reasons still unknown at this time, I cannot install,update or erase 
> Ubuntu off my hard drive. I have tried a full hard drive wipe and what i get 
> in return is a locked system error, blue screen of death from the bios, then 
> a system wide reboot.

I'm not sure I understand how you conclude that you have not been able
to uninstall Ubuntu.   It sounds like you could well have erased the
contents of your disk to me.  Indeed, as far as I understand what you
said earlier, that's what you wanted to do.  I'm not certain whether
it was really a good idea for you to do that, but you could have done
it, as you say.

If your system does not boot correctly, perhaps this is because you
have erased the operating system.

> Care to explain what is causing this???

I'm sure you will understand if nobody is actually able to tell you
what you have done to your own computer, when you didn't supply any
real detail about what you did, what the result was, and generally
didn't provide enough information for anybody to help you.   We
weren't there, so unless you tell us exactly what happened, we have no
way to know.

> Because if not, I will be contacting an Attorney on this issue due to 
> Malicious Software Lawsuit.  And it will only go downhill from there.

Well, I'm not sure why you decided to ask for help with your computer
on this mailing list.  In fact, if you could shed some light on why
you asked here, we'd actually find that quite helpful.   People often
ask random things here by mistake, and we'd like to be able to provide
more effective signposting that might help people realise that this
might be the wrong place for their question.

Well anyway, we (the coreutils mailing list) don't sell copies of or
provide a support service for Ubuntu.  You will probably have better
luck if you ask on a mailing list which relates in some way to Ubuntu.
 There should be a URL on your installation CD, that should be a good
starting point.  However, when you do so, you might want to phrase
your plea for assistance in more moderate language.


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