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Hi everyone, I've got an Asus 701 4G Netbook with the following specifications: -4G SSD -512MB DDR2 Intel Mobile CPU & Chipset -WiFi 802.11b/g -10/100 Mbps Ethernet -0.3 M Camera Is this netbook just not good enough anymore for simple websites like Facebook, Gmail, Youtube etc? I keep getting an error Warning: Unresponsive Script over and over again. Facebook is a nightmare to use!
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Youtube says opps, your web browser is no longer supported! Connecting to a wifi is also a nightmares, complicating easy tasks. I wanted to sell the netbook for a low price because I don't think it costs anything no more but it's almost brand new and want to make the most out of it. I don't know how to use Linux very much but this one seems very limited, limited in space and in what to download. I have also factory reset it but its still terribly bad when it comes to web browsering (which uses Firefox btw, an old version of it because I can't update it) Is there anyway this can be 'usable' or a lost cause?
Thanks Edited by ry12, 26 May 2015 - 04:44 AM. Is there anyway this can be 'usable' Have you tried Puppy Linux? It will give that machine a new lease on life. Do you have a 2GiB USB stick?
Mandelbulber for mac. Download Puppy Linux Burn it to USB as an ISO with Unetbootin. Then boot into Linux try it out. You will need to set your PC to boot from USB in bios. Thank you for the reply! I have nothing to lose so I guess I'll have a go for it, I think I already downloaded puppy linux in the past so it shouldnt be very challenging.
Is puppy linux the most recommended? Thanks again •. Cornell legal information institute.
That'll be a stripped down version of Xandros, which has been discontinued. Yes, you can remove it and install Puppy.
But I would boot it up from USB first of all, as Nick suggested, at least to check that it runs ok. If your computer's graphics aren't good enough for Tahr Puppy, you might need to use an older Puppy. I would also consider creating a small swap partition on your SSD of say 512MiB or so when you come to install Puppy, since the computer has so little RAM. Frugal installation is recommended, and you have to run Grub4Dos bootloader too.
Thanks for the help guys, I'll go through this step by step as I still need to try this puppy first lol So I downloaded UNetbootin and since I'm using a Windows XP right now I clicked on the download link for WIndows. I opened the app and from the 'Select Distribution' I selected Puppy Linux and the 'version' to Latest Live because it was the only one the be honest. At the bottom there is 'Diskimage' button but should I check or uncheck it? Through the browser I selected the ISO (puppy) and download to the USB. Is that all good so far?
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The original Asus EeePC can handle Windows XP very well, but the 4 GB SSD can be a bit cramped. Here is how to slim it and tweak it. While my passion is for Macs, the rest of my household prefer Windows. In early 2011, I picked up an Asus EeePC 701SD. It featured the Celeron 900 MHz processor underclocked to 630 MHz, and I put 2 GB RAM in it. This model came with an 8 GB SSD, and both Windows XP and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS ran beautifully on it without a space issues. Fast forward to late 2012, and I was given an EeePC 701 for my son.
Same processor as above, but with 1 GB RAM and only a 4 GB SSD – which is not upgradeable. I ran various Linus distros on it, such as Xandros – the original OS it shipped with – Linux Mint LXDE and EasyPeasy, but my son wanted Windows on it – he has yet to be fully educated yet. Anyway, I am lucky enough to have a USB DVD drive, otherwise the process is a little more complicated, with the need to transfer the Windows CD to a USB drive and install slightly differently. This tutorial isn’t a guide how to install, but how to make it fit comfortably under 4 GB. NLite The first thing I did was hop on my wife Windows laptop and grab nLite. It is described as an unattended deployment tool, for making totally self installing Windows discs, but it is also handy for tweaking, slipstreaming and removing features you don’t want or need. A lot of these can be done after installation, but it is nicer to have a smaller footprint to begin with.