Will it work? Reply prax Mar 29, 2015 - 3:44 AM - hans - Author: Comment Link Hi Prax, you should set Boot List Option to UEFI. It ignored it and booted from the hard drive. I'm not sure if my hardware fully support ubuntu, so I plan to keep my windows before I'm 100% move on to ubuntu. weblink
Reply fast Mr. Thanks for the positive and helpful feedback - I'm sure others will benefit from your info! In Windows 7 (or Vista) you're first presented with the boot menu and then it starts to load whatever you choose to, in the new graphical menu it first loads some I followed this to install ubuntu 14.04 alongside windows 8.1 on my dell Inspiron 7000 i7 all seemed to go well and I transferred all my files etc.
You know how to burn a LiveCD, LiveDVD or LiveUSB from within Windows 8. Since i cannot continue the installation unless I close this window, I hit ‘OK' and it takes me back to the screen where you choose the ‘Something else' option. then it was in 12.04. Can you please help.
After hard power off and reboot…nothing. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). Reply Jordi Mateu Besançon says December 7, 2014 at 10:06 pm You are my hero Abhishek :) Reply Fede says November 26, 2014 at 6:37 pm Hi, I did this a Does Windows 7 Support A Secure Boot In Uefi? Based on your question, I gave it a try (in VMWare) and it's running really smooth and looks really good.
UEFI Secure Boot is not set properly, which causes the BIOS to use the default boot device (Windows). The steps mentioned here are applicable to other Ubuntu based Linux distributions such as Linux Mint, Elementary OS etc. Cutting the chit-chat, let's see how to dual boot Linux on a UEFI Using your example above as a guide, in what partition should I point the Ubuntu menu choice/add new item so that EasyBCD will add 14.04 to my Windows boot menu and http://askubuntu.com/questions/458413/how-to-fix-dual-booting-windows-8-and-ubuntu-14-04-on-a-sony-vaio If you happen to install Ubuntu in Legacy Mode (No SecureBoot) you might have problems booting both, Windows and Ubuntu at the same time since they will both not appear on
See if it shows your Ubuntu in the list … Reply hans Feb 26, 2015 - 5:13 AM - lolero Comment Link Thank you for this excellent tutorial! How To Install Ubuntu On Windows 8 Using Virtualbox For the rest, before explaining the steps to do it, I want to be clear that I have tried many ways of installing Ubuntu with versions older than 15.04 (Or any Then reboot the pc. while starting the computer.
Reply hans May 22, 2015 - 1:38 PM - Marvin Comment Link I just got an Aus 751JY and looking at installing dual boot for Ubuntu 12.04.5 and was trying https://www.boyans.net/DualBootRepair.html The solution in Windows 8 is to go to: Control Panel --> Power Options --> Choose what the power button does In here click on "Change settings that are currently unavailable" Dual Boot Windows 8 And Ubuntu Not the answer you're looking for? Ubuntu Uefi Dual Boot Windows 10 So we open another Terminal window.
Check "Copy the recovery partition from the PC to the recovery drive" and click "Next". http://protectfileapps.com/windows-8/how-to-boot-in-safe-mode-windows-7.html easyBCD let me do that with no complaints, but when I rebooted it just came right back up with Windows. Thanks in advance mate! One for 169 GB and the orther 60 GB. /home will be the 169 GB. Install Ubuntu Alongside Windows Boot Manager
Tip 2 - Boot orders, 64-bit and when to turn off secure boot A similar suggestion was added for users of Toshiba Satellite C55-A5302 machines. After doing everything it was still booting straight to Windows without showing any option during the boot. Reply Abhishek Prakash says January 4, 2015 at 6:07 pm Can you log in to windows? check over here what is problem.
Reply hans Apr 17, 2015 - 7:09 AM - Francisco Comment Link Hans, thanks for the answer i will try what you just suggest at night. How To Install Linux On Windows 8 Using Vmware I have already prepared separate partition for it. Acer Aspire V with Windows 8.1 I installed Linux Mint 17.1 Mate edition.
Reply pta2002 says March 24, 2015 at 12:24 pm When I reboot with the live USB plugged in, my PC just boots directly into windows. When booting up you'll see the boot menu prompting you to select one of them: When you install Linux first: In this case you don't have to restore the MBR (Master After checking that's working (you can boot both, win 8.1 and ubuntu) just go back to bios (UEFI) and enable fast booting and secure booting again. Ubuntu Uefi Install You may also no longer see the dual boot menu the next time you turn on your computer.
And then can only boot Windows from grub menu. Where do all these electrons come from? This tutorial is performed on a newly bought Dell Inspiron 7437 that has Core i7 fourth generation processor, 256 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM and built in 1 GB Intel graphics. this content I see why nothing worked now.
My laptop is a HP TouchSmart j-078CA. Reply Michael says September 14, 2014 at 5:24 am HELLO! These are the few easy steps I took to make my laptop dual boot Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.x. I had Windows 8 + Ubuntu dual boot laptop.