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    dual boot is the right thing for a linux newbie.in such way he can search linux and have the ability to move to windows as well...
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    GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR I still can't get it to work, same error keeps popping up.

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    be patient!!
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    dont wanna force you to distro hop, but think about it, nothing against suse, but ive never had a great time with its install.
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    i think it's easy (not for experts like gentoo's installation)..it's very good for a newbie although!
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