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    log in to command-line (use recovery mode from...

    log in to command-line (use recovery mode from Grub, or press 'e' on the appropriate menu item in Grub to edit the config. file; add 'init 3' to the 'kernel' line, then try to fix things from the...
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    From the picture you show, Windows 7 is merely...

    From the picture you show, Windows 7 is merely not the default. It is NOT disabled and should be able to be chosen when the boot menu comes up.
    Perhaps enable the "wait for user selection" option?
  3. Sorry I do not know. I have not used Gnome for...

    Sorry I do not know. I have not used Gnome for years!
  4. KDE (I am using KDE-4.12) will do this. Just go...

    KDE (I am using KDE-4.12) will do this.
    Just go to Configure Desktop -> Workspace Appearance and Behavior -> Workspace Behavior -> Screen edges -> Other Settings -> Switch desktop on edge and select...
  5. [SOLVED] A couple of possible solutions: 1) make the...

    A couple of possible solutions:
    1) make the "old" drive unbootable, using fdisk or parted or some suitable program (Just unset any bootable flags you find on the old disk's partitions)
    2)...
  6. try 'sudo iwconfig' in order to find your...

    try 'sudo iwconfig' in order to find your network device. I suspect it might be wlan0 or something similar.
    Then 'sudo ifconfig xxxxx up' where xxxxx is the network device that iwconfig showed...
  7. I think run wpa_supplicant from the command line....

    I think run wpa_supplicant from the command line.
    These instructions may be of help --
    Damn it won't let me post an URL. I'll try and get around it somehow:
    Reconstruct...
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