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I'm trying to install Ubuntu (14.14) on a Lenovo T60p laptop with Windows 7 64bit. I ensured the boot order in the BIOS had the DVD drive listed first and that the DVD had the Ubuntu disc image file burned to it. (I have screen shots of the BIOS Boot Priority Order screen, but I don't know how to insert images into these posts. So I will write the info as best I can) The BIOS Boot Priority Order screen has "ATAPI CD0:Optiarc DVD RW AD-7910A-(PM)" listed as number 1 in boot priority order. I know the DVD player works because the Lenovo can read what's on the DVD when it's inserted. The fo
OK, all you Linux hardware experts, I have an interesting dilemma for you to discuss. I recently set up a system for my brother that is using an older MSI RS480M mobo that was originally in an eMachine. It has standard baloney onboard audio. However, I had a nice Dynex DXSC51 sound card just lying around out in the shop, so when I set the system up for him, I included the high perf sound card. It works great in MS Windows. However, Linux Mint does not see the sound card (PCI). It only sees the AC-97 onboard audio. In the past, when I've run across a Linux distro that behaves like this,