Since *you* didn't figure it out, does that make you less than aIn
No way! Any halfwit can figure it out. It isn't that hard.
Except that it *doesn't* happen to anyone but you. Ergo, the problemRun Linux and Windows gets trashed.
is at your end, in the form of either user error or system problems.
It's not Linux, it's you.Saying anything other than Linux is doing it
wouldn't make any sense. This isn't rocket science you know.
I continue to doubt you.It doesn't matter what OS is on the drive. The claim is that Linux Live
won't touch it. And I know for a fact that is wrong!
So you trashed your Windows system at least 3 times today? Maybe theI haven't used any Linux Live on any Windows system since that day
except I started today. And I tried 8.04, 9.10, and 12.04.1 so far of
Ubuntu Live and every one of them were accessing the Windows drive a
number of times while Linux was booting.
image you're restoring from is AFU.
I don't know Philo, but I know you. Of the two of you, I'll trustPhilo says that doesn't happen.
Yet I bet it happens for everybody on any system. Why? What is Linux
doing with the Windows drive?
Philo every time. (As I'm sure you know, you've blown your credibility
over and over and over again, multiple times, so there isn't much
reason for me to believe these latest claims.)