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  • Have you changed the BIOS/Boot Order to boot from the CD-Rom/USB first and before the Hard Drive?

    The other computer may be already set to boot from the CD-Rom/USB

    Answered by arochester
    10 months ago
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  • cant you just change the /etc/apt/sources.list to the current stable release and do an apt-get dist-upgrade?

    Answered by daft
    10 months ago
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  • I have never heard of an Autorun issue on linux. You won't find many open source programs with an "autorun" script associated with it.

    As for the upgrade. The path that you must take is a long one. There is no guarantee that the in-between ubuntu OSes still exist. Your best route is to back up your data an do a clean install of the latest version of ubuntu.

    Answered by saqman2060
    9 months ago
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