Installing Mandriva on Ubuntu
I have a completely new desktop and I have installed Ubuntu on it. That happened yesterday, today morning there is no internet connection on my desktop. I don't know what happened.
Anyway after all I have decided to put Mandriva over Ubuntu - that was the original plan - but now I am facing problems with installing Mandriva.
1st. The oriiginal cd drive is not recognised by Ubuntu
Therefore I am using an old drive which at least is working.
2nd I cannot run Mandriva dvd.
How can I delete Ubuntu and replace it with Mandriva?
If this is too difficult, I would switch back to Windows 7 as this is cause me too much headache and as someone new in Linux I am losing precious time. At least in Windows I have a bit of experience. The windows 7 dvd it cannot be run also.
I hope there is somebody with enough patience to help me to solve this problem.