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1. The first thing is to become 'comfortable using a Linux distro'.
2. Then make sure you have a Live Linux distro to get you out of any trouble (Live Linux Knoppix is my recommendation).
3. I assume you have your hard disc split so "/home" is separate partition to "/" root. This allows backups or work documents etc on /home to be saved independently of the operating system.
4. Find tutorials etc. on help  systems. Many help sites for Linux exist.
5. Learn to work at the command line  (CLI).

All learning is self help and repeated trying.  Good Luck.

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General Help & Advice / Re: Boot / system issues
« on: December 16, 2018, 08:34:14 pm »
That seems OK. But note and make sure BIOS will BOOT from USB, DVD , Hard drive.
Have you tried a USB key with Live knoppix  Linux system?   Or Live Linux DVD of Knoppix. I use Knoppix as my main testing Linux.

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