Specs: AMD 64, 1.7GH, 384MB RAM
C= 149GB free space
D= 46.4GB free space
I burned the Ubuntu CD. I put in in my drive, and rebooted. Up came a spash page that had 3 choices, in the form of buttons, I chose the first, which I now can not remember the wording of, but install was one of them....I think it was something about being able to install it later if I liked it. When I clicked the button, the Windows-No Disk came up, and wouldn't go away until I finally ran RegCure, and that fixed it. Guess it was a registry-related problem. Keep in mind, that I NEVER got an error message like that since I've owned a computer, so I know it had something to do with that CD. Now, it's VERY possible that I didn't burn it correctly. As a matter of fact, I'm sure it was my fault, that's why I want to get a disc that's already burned by someone who knows what they're doing as far as ISO files go. I see you can do that with Vector, but they're quite expensive.