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Originally Posted by WayneGiese Thanks for all the information. Its 4GB not 4megs sorry. I am leaning towards Umbuntu but had trouble installing drivers last time it tried it. I ...
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- 11-22-2009 #11
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- San Diego, CA
RE: What Distribution will be right for me?
The easiest way might be to keep your existing Windows installation as your Host and install Ubuntu as a Guest.
If you've got a 64 bit processor with 4GB RAM, you're not going to see much of a difference between a 32bit OS and a 64bit OS ( About 1/2 GB RAM Difference which is shared used for video)
And with PAE Enabled, maybe no noticeable difference at all.
I've never done anything like this either, but this might do what you need.
Create A Virtual Machine Clone of Your Existing Hard Drive [Windows]
Might be able to do something like that with Clonezilla? Anyone know?
PING & Parted Magic are some great tools for this.