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    Hello all,
    Found this..... and thought that this might be of help to those who want to tryout Linux (any version) without actually committing it to your hard drive.
    http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ Regards Fred
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    Fred,

    Thanks for the link. For those that don't want to jump in feet first like I did, this could be the answer. As I stated in another thread, I do not see myself switching to Linux for all my computing, I like Win 7 too much, but it's fun to play with and who knows what the future may bring. Ted
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    Well Fred,

    I just deleted Linux from my PC. I just could not fall in love with it. I spent a couple month's playing and just did not get into it. I started a thread showing how I had to fix the Win 7 MBR after deleting the Linux partition. It was actually fairly straight forward. Ted
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