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thank you for explaining that for me thought you just just burn it thats itno wonder it hasnt work for me my computer is kind of old and i dont ...
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    thank you for explaining that for me thought you just just burn it thats itno wonder it hasnt work for me
    my computer is kind of old and i dont think it would be wise of me to do dual boot

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    There is another option : Dual Boot
    Keep Windows OS as it is and install Linux OS in separate partition. You will have choice to boot up any OS at startup. I would suggest you to keep Windows OS for time being untill you become familiar with Linux.
    You can remove Windows OS anytime later on. You won't have to re-install Linux.
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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