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For an Ubuntu beginner or curious Windows intermediate user, there’s no single, simple source of information when it comes to getting started. One thing I have noticed is that there’s a lot of technical jargon and sometimes unnecessary terminal commands in lengthy forum posts, but no simple “how to” guides, which I think might put some people off! A shame, when you think about how easy Ubuntu is to install, use and tweak to look really cool!

The only thing slightly complicated operacion hernia discal lumbar about installing Ubuntu might be getting your computer to boot from the USB. How complicated that is depends on how old your machine is, who is the manufacturer, and what model that you have. You escoliosis toracolumbar might have to consult the manufacturer’s website for instructions if you cannot find the options discussed below.

Here we provide general guidance and not specific click-here-click-there instructions for BIOS. For example, how to even access the BIOS screen varies by manufacturer and model. Most of the time you can bring that up by pressing the Esc key when the machine is booting.

Before you change any BIOS settings just stick in a bootable USB Ubuntu drive (Below we explain how to create that.) and see if you machine boots from that. If it does fine: proceed with the installation instructions in the next section. If not, continue with these BIOS instructions.

You need two escoliosis lumbar tratamiento things to install Ubuntu from a USB: (1) corrected BIOS settings on your computer to look for an operating system on the USB before it looks to the hard drive for that and (2) a bootable USB (We explain below how to create that.). A bootable USB means one that has a bootable partition on it. In other words you cannot simply copy the Ubuntu ISO to the USB. It needs to be burned on with a tool like Unetbootin, which you can get from here.

Note that with dolor lumbar embarazo primer trimestre Windows you might have some difficulty replacing Windows with Ubuntu if the manufacturer has enabled Secure Boot. That is enabled by the manufacturer to ensure that rotoescoliosis lumbar you are using a version of Microsoft that someone has actually paid for and not copied.

Once you figure out how to bring up the BIOS boot settings, change the UEFI Boot Order to put USB at the top of the list ahead of OS Boot Manager. If you have Legacy Support enabled then you change the Legacy Support Boot Order instead. 4. Try Ubuntu Before you Install It

If you want to try Ubuntu before installing that you can run it from the USB drive using UnetBootin (Which we use in the next section to create the bootable USB). Also the Ubuntu installation screens will give you that option too. 5. Create Bootable USB

If you select the download and 3rd party options above then Ubuntu will update the repository, which is the list of servers from which it will download escoliosis dolor software. You can see those options in the Software and Updates screen after you have completed installing Ubuntu. You can go back later and add those that after the installation if you want.

Select Erase disk and install Ubuntu. The Something else option would let you create your own partitions, which would be complicated, which you could do if you want to have a dual boot hernia lumbar l4 l5 machine to be able run Windows or Ubuntu on the same machine.

But there is no need to deal with that complexity as you can run Ubuntu in a virtual machine as we explain below. The Something else would also let you pick the second, solid state drive in your laptop or desktop to install Ubuntu, but that is a more complicated installation. Plus if you mess that up you can end up with a machine that will not boot at all.

Now the installation is complete. Remove the USB drive and click Restart Now dieta para radiografia de columna lumbosacra. If you have installed Ubuntu into a virtual machine, the Restart Now option will probably give an error message, so use the virtual machine software to restart the machine instead of here.

You do not need a lot of memory or disk space to run Ubuntu. But the more you pick the better. So pick maybe ½ of your computer’s memory and however much disk space you think you hernia discal lumbar tratamiento will need. It will not allocate that space right away but will grow the file up to that limit.

After the machine is created Virtualbox will return you to the main screen. Right click on the virtual machine you just created and select Storage. Here you will tell it where to find the .ISO file so that it boots from there. Click Settings/storage.

Now install Ubuntu following the directions above. As we said above, at the end you might need to force a restart from Virtualbox if the Restart Now option gives and error. Do that by selection the virtual machine, right-click that, and select Settings/Close/Power Off then Start after dolor sacro lumbar causas it powers off.