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Linpus Linux to Windows

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#1 henri09


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Posted 28 February 2013 - 04:29 AM

Sorry if it's posted here or discussed, but didn't find it -
Thinking of buying a Packard bell laptop, it's cheaper due it has a Linux installed, I have done formatting several times, but is removing Linux and replacing it with windows as easy as removing windows and replacing it with windows?

Thankyou for your help, if anyone has any good advice.

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#2 stiltskin


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Posted 28 February 2013 - 08:01 AM

The installation itself should be easy. Usually.


Research drivers for the computer first and you'll have your answer. If there are no Windows drivers for some of the hardware then your answer will definitely be "no" unless you can live without whatever doesn't work.

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