I don't know if this is the right place to post this thread.
I have an old laptop that doesn't work, so I figured I'd ask here for help. Whenever I start up my toshiba laptop, It goes to the boot screen where it says hit F1 blah blah blah. But then it says Boot.mgr can't be found. What happened was that I installed the windows 7 RC version on it and it expired. So then I went to put Vista back on it and it didn't work. So I'm wondering, what could I do to fix this? Is there a way that I can install ubuntu on it, so I can't then upgrade it back to vista?
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August 27, 2012 2:06:56 AM
Update: I found my old vista disks.
Whenever I try to go through Toshiba Recovery Wizard, it asks me to set my partition. However I get: There is not enough space on S3A6134D502 You need an additional 2.34GB to copy these files. Space free: 1.42GB, Total size: 1.46GB. I forget what the hard drive size is, but I know it's way more than this lol. Any ideas?