No point re writing this all up this guy has done a super job himself I’ll just share the link
if you want sport and you need info on installing repo’s etc this is the real deal its really not worth trying to add anything as its FULL of info !!
Very annoying when your watching your favourite shows when streaming and you get the dreaded buffering 😦 so what’s the option your flying along at 38mbs through BT Infinity but still seems like your on dial up from the 1990’s.
fire up the spectrum ZX80 Oric atmos things need to change and fast, PC Advisor tested a few FREE VPN’S Services full details can be found HERE
they rate CYBER GHOST so that’s the one for me to try, come back soon with my dealings
GET CYBER GHOST HERE
Shame to waste all this free BT infinity speed so its time for ACE stream install on linux and android – Android is dead easy google search ace stream engine (not available on the play store for reasons I’d guess it not being 100% legit) and for watching the streams use torrent stream controller (available on a Russian site) install them and get busy (its really easy)
Linux / Lubuntu is a pain in the arse via terminal loads of errors still no joy as yet (back soon with a fix
Link here http://www.vidsoftware.ru copy it clicking gives an error
To setup your Zotac to boot from the USB drive or card:
- Insert the USB flash drive or card.
- Power up the Zotac and immediately press the Del key on your keyboard for BIOS options !!!!
- At the BIOS Setup Utility menu, use the right arrow key to go to Boot
- Use the down arrow key to go to Hard Disk Drives (I know. You may not have a hard drive, but go there.)
- Press Enter. Use the down arrow to select your USB drive or card.
- Press Shift +- to move it to the top of the list.
- Press F10 to Save and Exit.
Sept 2014 – No option to boot from USB – I needed to disable hard drive in BIOS to get it to use the lexar USB stick no idea why on this occasion !!!!!!!! 👌 🔌 🔫 Ubuntu 14.04 installed on zotac (no windows on any gadget from today)
You have the option built inside the USB files to install with WUBI (click for options)
next up install windows 8 over windows 7, its not as easy as before.
July 2014 – downloaded a copy of the latest 8.1 for install but the media driver error showed up (remember this is a pain as I’ve paid for windows 8 on my ASUS already but wiped it (files backup but still errors) microsoft really don’t do themselves any favours with the general public
Media driver error when installing – maybe try this from a fellow blogger HERE (Didn’t work for me)
No a fan of downloading things like this but if it works all good – speedy pc – HERE (July 2014)