upate changes seized computer

Asked by ashok on 2014-06-23

while applying changes following installation, computer seized completely. Running Ubuntu 12.04.

Did a system and Graphics test failed with error code :1000-0333.

Repeated Rebooting or other action doest not help.

Please advise urgently as am without computer.

Thanks, Ashok

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Daniel Manrique (roadmr) said : #1

Hello Ashok,

This problem is not really related to checkbox, if you need help or support, please look at http://www.ubuntu.com/support or www.askubuntu.com.

ashok (athadani) said : #2

Thanks for the suggestion, but I am not that tech savvy so I need a clean procedure to get life into my computer after crash due to Installation update failure.
Any help would be appreciated.

Best wishes,

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Jeff Lane (bladernr) said : #3

If you are not that tech savvy, the best answer is to ask you to either go to http://www.ubuntu.com/support which will point you to several different ways to get step by step technical support, or to the communty at http://askubuntu.com where you can ask questions that will be seen and hopefully answered by the ubuntu community.

This particular venue is for questions/concerns about the Checkbox testing tools, not the Ubuntu OS or failed updates.

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