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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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The keys are not visible to the admin, you should open the registry as the system account: This is for Windows 7 on a ThinkPad with thinkpad bluetooth 4.0 adapter but might work with other windows systems Download PsExec: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx Unpack it to c:\portable\pstools\ open cmd click start, type cmd, press ...


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Technically, yes, the MBR and the GPT are stored in different locations. Practically all GPT disks have a special "protective" MBR. It's possible to have a "hybrid" disk by just writing regular partitions to the MBR instead of the "protective GPT" partition. Usually though it can get really annoying and risky to always keep both tables in sync. See the ...


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Yes. I've used VirtualBox to boot a usually dual-booted Linux system under my Windows install before now, and is actually reasonably simple: Use vboxmanage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename <output-file> -rawdisk <disk-device-name> -partitions <list-of-partitions-you-need> to create a .vmdk disk image. If running under windows, ...



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