cheers mate, yeah i hated mine at first, too small, fiddly keyboard etc. but now i love it, i struggle to use a normal size keyboard lolQuality thread Jake!.
I've got a netbook tho dont use it often as i dont like it but i might need to install it as my cousins visits us at dodgy times and will have to let them use it as they like to play games like Rct3 etc so your i might install it after all.
Top notch dude.
im not sure what a no cd patch is. If you are reffering to a pirate copy of the game, then no its not best to mention that around the site. But there are plenty of programs that mount a copy of your legally bought cd onto your hard drive. your computer recognises the copy file as the actual cd and allows you to play the gameyeah i was going to say that, didnt know if you was allowed to say stuff like that, like nocd patches etc?
Thanks for reply.Steam is the only way if you dont want to use a disk, how come you dont want to use it? its good, updates your game for you etc with no effort to go and find the patches to download
I have the same laptop and also have ubuntu on it... if you want to get rid of the Linux on there you'll need to get yourself a USB CD/DVD and a working copy of windows or whatever else you want on it. Connect the USB Drive to the netbook and boot it from USB so it runs from the CD drive and not your HDD.I have a Acer Aspire one looking for to get rid of the Linux thats on it though. Have no idea how to though. Nightmare.