I am using the "Complete Idot's Guide To Installing Dingux" and I guess I'm worse than a complete idiot, because I am stuck. I think I must have the China Chip...because, when I first hooked up to USB, I saw that come up. So says the guide... 4. Plug in your A320. If a "new hardware found" dialog shows up, select "No, not at this time", and when you're asked for a driver location use the directory that you unpacked the dual boot files. The driver should successfully install (if it does not, see “Driver Troubleshooting” below). When the drivers have installed, you are ready to flash! Got to Flash firmware.. 5. If the "new hardware found" dialog doesn't show up, that means you have the ChinaChip drivers installed. You have to uninstall them. Open the hardware manager dialog, find the device, right click on it and select "uninstall". Unplug your A320 and go to step 4. Here's my problem, though... I can go to the Hardware manager, no problem. But I don't know how to find the device...I don't know what it is listed as, and I don't see ANYTHING called "Dingoo" or even "A320" I don't know what to therefore uninstall. Jesus christ, this stuff makes me feel like a super dumbass. At least I DID manage to figure out how to get the menus back into Endlish on my own, by holding the Chinese User Manual up against the English printed version....counting down the bullet points...and from that, guessing which Chinese ideographs represented the word "Language" and then going from there, I was able to get the thing back into English. LOL So maybe not a total dumbass, but still, pretty close. I'm banging my brains out trying to figure out how to get the Linux thing in....that way I can, of course dual boot.