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I tried getting to the recovery page (mashing F9 at startup) to perform ASUS EEE PC restore factory settings in Windows, but it didn't have an option for ASUS recovery. It only went to a windows fix and repair section. When I tried to do windows recovery, there were no images found.
Please download the file again, maybe iso got corrupt. I also have eee 701, so I know it works on it. Do use only 4G edition. Also, if the bios is set to OS start, change it to OS finished, and vice versa.If it still does not work, this is the solution:When the problem occurs, do CTRL+ALT+F1, and log-in with username: eee, password is blank, and do:
Thank you for your advice, which did solve the problem. I first downloaded a second copy of the ISO file, but it was identical to the first copy. I then changed the OS Installation setting from Start to Finished and that enabled the Live session to start up. I installed Leeenux 10 on the SSD, but somehow set up the partition incorrectly. On a second attempt I looked for options when creating the partition and must have chosen the right ones as the machine is now working properly. Perhaps you could include some advice on specifying the partition in the installation instructions to help other users?
I have tried this and i believed it was working. however, now the keyboard appears to be using fn keys instead of primary keys. On regular ubuntu & windows xp this is not the case, and there is no option to lock Fn.
i am only able to load the lite version. i have a asus eee 4g with 1g memory. i want to instal one of the standard versions. each time i try to instal it aborts due to insufficient hard file space error. The loader shows the hf partitions as 2.9g linux /1g swap. please tell me which of the v8 versions are meant to work and any undocumented tips that may be needed.
Thinking it might be my USB stick, I reformatted it, then used unetbootin-windows-608.exe and installed puppy-4.2retro-k220.127.116.11-seamonkey.iso on it as a test, it worked perfectly. I reformatted the USB stick again (2GB) and installed your leeenux-v8-2G.iso using unetbootin-windows-608.exe again. Again it failed.
Well, if you happen to have a USB DVD-RW drive all you need to do is burn the image to disk, plug the DVD drive into your netbook, and hit Esc during bootup in order to choose the DVD as your boot device. A LiveDVD version of Eeebuntu will load, allowing you to explore the operating system. If you want to install it, just click the Administration tab and choose install. One of my favorite Windows utilities for burning the Eeebuntu ISO you downloaded to a DVD is CDBurnerXP.
Holy Sh!7 was that ever EASY!! with 1 MB/s down speed through utorrent, I had the ISO in under 30 min!! 10 min after that, it was unetbootin-ed to Kingston data traveler. 10 min after that, my 701SD was EEEbuntu 2.0 standard XDD Take that M$ !!! (All from windows box (shame shame)
Another issue is the resolution (1024/600). It's 16/10. That's not a problem in windows but it is if (like me), you plain to play old dos/windows games that run in 4/3. I don't want to play with stretched resolutions...
according to you net-book model from here, there is only one DDR3 SO-DIMM memory slot that Asus Pre-installed with 1x1gb module, you can change it to 1x2gb DDR3 module. I'm not sure about installing 4gb module on this model. because they make hard coded limitation on net-book main-board for this kind of upgrade.and because of that there is no need to upgrade to 64bit of windows. 2b1af7f3a8