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Given that ReactOS supports ext2 I don't see why Windows couldn't be run on some other filesystems if drivers were added, but Windows does require the filesystem to have certain features so not all filesystems will be fair game. Unlike Linux systems Windows doesn't rely on the filesystem for permissions so it's more likely to work on unsupported filesystems ...


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Clearing Up Misconceptions linux doesn't support Nvidia drivers out of the box because of legal issues While this is technically true for completely separate reasons, Ubuntu (which is not just Linux; it is Linux plus a great many other (separate) things clobbered together) does ship the proprietary Nvidia and AMD graphics drivers as a default part of ...


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Have a look at this article : Steps for Configuring a Shared Network Folder to Hold Signed Device Driver Packages. One paragraph there limits enormously the usability of a network share as a repository for drivers, to the point of being almost useless : A driver package hosted in a shared network folder must be properly signed with a certificate that ...


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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr host OS VirtualBox 4.3.10Ubuntu r93012 Windows 7 Home Premium guest I had the same problem. I first burned the .iso file to a DVD and set up passthrough access to the CD/DVD drive on my Toshiba Satellite C660 laptop. (But you probably don't need to do this. The Windows 7 folder for the VM was created, and the Windows 7 installer ...


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Yes what you've done is fine. Since Win7, windows has become very good in finding automatically working drivers. The things that you lose without downloading the official NVIDIA drivers are: Optimization - With NVIDIA drivers, you get in-depth configurations options which can gives you much higher frame rate (no extremely important if you don't play ...


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After googling a lot, and browsing forums, one post said to check your copy of the windows ISO. Sure enough, the MD5 sums of my ISO and the official ISO didn't match. So after re-downloading the ISO (and checking the sums), and then burning a new installation disk, (which was verified) there was no prompt for drivers and the installation was successful.


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UPDATE + SOLUTION!! It was not necessary anymore to post this. But I'd like to share my solution in case someone bumps into the same issue. I came across this site: http://robert.penz.name/532/a-howto-for-using-a-canon-pixma-mg4250-under-ubuntu/#comments So all credits go to this person :-). I'll quickly type the steps to follow in case his page ...


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Download the version that you want to uninstall and execute it. https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Download_Old_Builds The installer will give you the option for Repair or Remove the Virtualbox version installed. After the remove you will must reboot your computer.


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Download Display Driver Uninstaller and clean your system from the old drivers. Then download any older version from AMD.


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I would suggest you try the following: Make sure both the USB driver "Downloaded USB 3.0 driver: Version 1.16.2.0" and chipset driver "Downloaded Chipset driver: Version 5.12.0.13" you mentioned in your question are installed on your system. Then, from device manager, select the unknown device AMD USB 3.0 Host Controller right click and chose remove then ...


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I discovered the answer but it is a bit odd. The channel I had was set to 9 in my router at home and I noticed that other three routers in my neighborhood had the same channel. Thus, I changed my channel to 11 yesterday and later today the other three routers in my neighborhood somehow have the same channel as I do! I decided to change my password and ...



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