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I looked at these issues: On my EEEPC 701, there is no way of replacing the 4 GB Solid State Drive (SSD) with a larger-capacity SSD without soldering.
There are EEEPC models where you can easily take out the SSD and replace it, but my EEEPC 701 model is not one of them.
After consulting these pages, I decided to install Ubuntu 12.04.
After a while, I could see that the original operating system was difficult to keep updated, so I decided to install a new operating system.
In 2010, I installed an operating system called Easy Peasy (based on Ubuntu, a Linux-based operating system) and used that for a while.
After buying an EEEPC in early 2008, I kept the same operating system that came with the computer for a while.
The operating system was a custom version of Linux called Xandros and came in a tabbed interface which I switched to a full desktop mode (KDE) installation option.
The challenge in keeping the EEEPC going has been to find an operating system that can be installed and continue to work within the 4 GB size of the solid state drive of my EEEPC.
The new keyboard really put the vim and vigor back into the feel of the computer itself.
After quite a bit of research, I found that the key pages to consult are the Ubuntu on the Eee PC help page, and, in particular, the PAE help page.
They assume that the computer has a PAE (Physical Address Extension) processor.
When I've tried to install Ubuntu on my EEEPC, the installation fails immediately because it says my processor is non-PAE (the processor on my EEEPC is a 32-bit 900 MHz Intel Celeron M ULV 353). I had damaged the keyboard when I spilled water on it, but I simply bought a new keyboard and took out the old one and put in the new one. After five years of use, I realize the keys had become become mushy.
In 2011, I installed Linux Mint Release 11 (based on Debian and Ubuntu).(See the EEEPC Updates Old page for these previous updates.) By 2014, although my Linux Mint installation was still working, it was no longer being supported, so I re-examined the issues involved in updating the EEEPC and installed Ubuntu as described below.