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#1 wolf-nv



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Posted 22 June 2020 - 04:53 PM

I'm back

If you'll notice, the last time I was onboard was 2017 and was using "bblean" with Windoze 7!  This is just about the time I dumped Windoze completely for Sparky Linux with Fluxbox!  Well, about 2mos ago my beloved laptop died and I went to Walmart for a new one, well because of Covid - no laptops and no desktops, but they did have ONE Lenovo "All-in-One", so that is what I have now - 4GB Ram, 1TB HD, and the HATED Win10!

So now I would like to install bbZero, until I can set up a dual boot to get back to Linux!

How hard is it to install & configure, just asking!

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#2 lukefury



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Posted 23 June 2020 - 01:26 AM

A SSD is needed,I suggest,may I?

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Posted 23 June 2020 - 04:52 AM

How hard is it to install & configure, just asking!

Not hard at all - the installation is automatic, more or less. And you configure it at any time, at your leisure. You can always ask for help or instructions.

And welcome back! :) 

#4 molecube



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Posted 23 June 2020 - 05:13 PM

Hi wolf-nv,


I don't know you yet, but welcome back anyways.


There's one major problem with Win10 and bbZero: All the Windows-internal configuration dialogues (the ones you find when opening the start menu and clicking the little gear symbol on the bottom left) won't work if you install bbZero because they are part of the Windows Explorer. The only way around so far that I know of is just starting it without installing it. Installing bbZero and starting explorer.exe doesn't work (it openes an Explorer window but doesn't help you get to the windows settings).


Best regards and good luck!

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