Guest wrote:Thanks for your time Fred, what you outlined is very similar to what I was doing. I found out, however, that it wasn't the partitioning that was my problem.
First, I installed Daryna on my Dad's laptop, and that was quick and painless, and my Dad really likes it. Second, I was able to install Windows on my built system. Anyway, after some more research on the web, I found that my problem was most likely my motherboard. I found several threads on Linux help forums with people having a wide variety of different problems with the model of motherboard that I had. One of the gurus also recommended Gigabyte or Abit motherboards over Asus for Linux compatibility. So I replaced my Asus motherboard with a Gigabyte GA-M61SME-S2. Since then I have no problems, I have installed Daryna and it's working great. So in the future I will most likely be recommending Gigabyte mobos to people that want to be running Linux systems.
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