I have to admit, I can be a tech-impaired little noob when it comes to computers with more than one operating system installed. Right, so I have the latest Ubuntu (11.something) and I've never really used it because unfortunately it does not work properly. I've checked my problem on the net and it seems many have it too, so I decided "Oh what the heck, I'll just downgrade to the latest LTS version" I'm currently downloading 10.04.4 and I intend on installing it from a USB flash disk. When I installed Ubuntu before, I had to create a multi-boot option for it, 'cause it didn't have one. I did that using EasyBCD. My question is: Assuming the fact that I am replacing the newest Ubuntu with an older one, are there any special steps I should follow? Will it automatically replace the newer one? And would I need to mess around with the dual-boot options, or can I keep them as they are? (Note that I do this manually) Thanks! Further clarification can be provided if it's needed. I know what I said above isn't all that clear so yeah.