No... actually, I don't have an Ubuntu 9.04 install CD (if not counting here a local IT magazine's DVD with Ubuntu 9.04, that I buy regulary). Istead, I have an Ubuntu 9.10 install CD, that I've made yesterday, by downloading Ubuntu from a main page.
About "restoring" Windows XP, as I've said... it's not a restoring, I just want to make a clean install of it as a main OS... my new Ubuntu PC never had nothing except of Ubuntu 9.04 preinstalled on it.
As of what you've advices - I have no "no's", but how about an easier way of checking the things (including proper hardware inside)? Sorry for lying, but the Ubuntu 9.10 install CD isn't ready, yet. The thing, is that I ran out of CDs/DVDs, and the only one left - is a TDK DVD+RW, that writes somehow / a little bit strange. I can see a traces of a write, but can't read it no how. I'll try again, right now...Also... my NEC DVD+/-RW drive aren't capable to write something from Ubuntu! It was "stuck", and I was pretty scared at that moment, that my new-new drive would mess up. What the heck?
Thx, very much,
*** Also, how to reformat videos, with using VLC MP (I've got it)... can't find the way... grrrr... ***Edit:
My enough powerful int. HD 3200 can't even represent the most basical 3D graphics properly (smoothly), like Ubuntu's screensavers... should I enable an official (patented) ATI driver? Thx.Edit2:
Stupid question, but still... does Ubuntu 9.10 install CD includes any drivers? For whole comp.? Thx again... sorry.
Edited by rhino1366, 25 November 2009 - 02:50 AM.