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Dual booting with windows
I recently deleted ubuntu from my computer because I would get horrible frame rate. For instance,before the installation of windows, I got minecraft I get 250+ frames, then on ubuntu barely get above 5. When im running the dual boot and boot back in to windows my frames seem to also suffer substancially as long as I have ubuntu. Im planning on buying a linux based laptop and planning on dual booting with windows 7 for games I cant run natively on linux(you might remember my previous post).How can I prevent this from happening. Do I have to update my gfx card driver every time I switch or what?
Last edited by Campo; Mar 1, 2014 @ 11:05pm
Date Posted: Mar 1, 2014 @ 11:03pm