I do mine in another PC with Ubuntu ^^. Reply Ken Austin says September 10, 2014 at 4:06 am I am trying to install Linux Mint 17 alongside Windows 7, when I get to step 4 I am not offered That's why I recommend either to contact your manufacturer how to back-it-up on DVD or you can simply clone it with Clonezilla live CD/USB. Reply John Jeffries says May 25, 2014 at 5:38 pm You are awesome! weblink
This will install GRUB which will load once your system starts in the future which will give you the choice of going with Ubuntu (or whatever flavor is installed) or going As far as I understand, grub is unable to update correctly in a UEFI environment (maybe not updating its efi components), therefore you have problems with it, like the one explained To properly make a bootable USB you need to download RUFUS. It worked until I tryed to change the boot order on my BIOS (to make Kubuntu first and access the Grub2).
I chose Ubuntu and the same error as before appeared... Should I have to use /boot instead of / for the second linux partition? I think Mint 16 installed as EFI.. Anyway … Thanks again!
How do I avoid that? I plan on trying mint 13, 64, mate. Then I installed Windows XP SP 3 on 20 gb external usb hard drive. Grub Menu Not Showing Windows 8 So you can have a C drive and P drive or similar.
You need to create at least 1 partition for the root system (Which shows as the symbol "/") and set it to Ext4, another for SWAP (Virtual Memory). Dual Boot Grub Not Loading https://itsfoss.com/guide-install-lin…-boot-windows/ […] Reply many installation issues says: May 7, 2014 at 1:02 am […] That would indicate the Mint bootloader was not installed properly and you did not configure the xp Certainly not on either windows partition or linux partition. additional hints more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Ubuntu supports this feature starting with 12.10 64 bit (see this article) and 12.04.2 64 bit, but as PCs implementing support for it have only become widespread at the end of No Dual Boot Option Windows 10 Ubuntu FlavMay 31, 2016 at 10:22 pm And thank you for this blog post! But this is unacceptable. Now other part of GRUB (the actual bootloader) contains the Windows bootloader location.
Again, with 15.04 (Also on 15.10 and 16.04. http://deshack.net/ubuntu-dual-boot-grub-doesnt-start/ This article is a simple step-by-step installation for Linux Mint without getting in to intricacies of UEFI/BIOS. No Grub Menu On Dual Boot Windows 10 I'd concur with syg00 advising to select the Something Else option. Ubuntu Dual Boot Grub Doesn't Start E mai complex și mai greoi, dar […] Reply 10 Things To Do After Installing Linux Mint 17 Qiana says: June 4, 2014 at 10:33 pm […] to install Linux Mint
When I turn the laptop on, it shows the laptop manufacturer's logo then displays a black screen with a blinking underscore. have a peek at these guys I just followed this with a brand new Gigabyte P35w Core i7 laptop with windows 8.1 preinstalled. Help! Is Forrest Jr. Dual Boot Option Not Showing
Reply med marcovic says December 24, 2013 at 11:02 pm hi mr abhishek i can't find my "D" partition plz help Reply Abhishek Prakash says December 29, 2013 at 6:11 pm add a comment| 7 Answers 7 active oldest votes up vote 14 down vote accepted You need to reinstall the boot manager. But when I try that menu entry, all the computer does is reboot. check over here How is virtual memory actually increasing the memory space?
You are only disabling the part that creates the most problem between Windows and Linux, which is the one that prevents Ubuntu from booting correctly. Can't Boot Windows 10 After Installing Ubuntu don't know what would be of that, so I preferred not to play with it. But thanks anyway for correcting my post.
This only applies if you are not using 15.04+. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the If a step is skipped or done before another, you will most likely end up with some of the problems mentioned at the bottom of this guide. Ubuntu Not Booting Black Screen The reason might be that I only have one hard disk?
It goes straight to Windows, no Grub, no nothin'. You will undoubtedly notice that the machine is booting directly into XP at this time. Coming back to your question In your case, you have two MBR (because you have 2 hard disks). this content IT looked it was just working but when i reboot grub doesn-t show up Can you please help me____ I-m so desperated…Thanks in advance.
And by the time they do exceed 2TB, it is time for a new laptop anyway. You are installing on an MS-DOS type disk scheme (You can only have 4 primary partitions as opposed to GPT Scheme) which has at least 1 Free Primary Partition. No sure of side effects though. See below image (just for demo purpose), you need to do everything in (probably) sdb.
I find waiting to load some stuff just to discard it and reboot unnecessary if I just want to boot another OS; but it's my personal opinion on the matter, there's as soon as i had grub loaded from ubuntu whitch i hate ubuntu by the way every thing worked had a grub boot with mint kde 16 if i dident do When Boot-Repair loads, click on the "Recommended repair" button, and write on a paper the URL (paste.ubuntu.com/XXXXXX/) that will appear. Adv Reply September 24th, 2014 #3 jerome11 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Sep 2014 Beans 10 Re: another dual boot issue -
ASUS is either incompenent or unwilling to provide a patch or easy method (aka program) that will force conversion from GPT to MBR and allow reimaging so I won't have future Ciao :) Image: http://vickym72.deviantart.com/art/Linux-Mint-Wallpaper-187274258 Related PostsHow To Install Deepin Music Player On Ubuntu 14.04 & 14.10How To Install KDE Plasma 5.2 In Ubuntu 14.10MintBox Mini: Compact Linux Mint Powered PC UnveiledGuide Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: windows xp and windows 7 dual boot issue: they won't This post has been flagged and will be reviewed Without knowing better, I deleted the Lubuntu partition in Windows then used the free space for the Mint install, but after looking good it wouldn't boot: black screen with "GRUB rescue"
Look at the bottom of the partitioning window. It did not help. It does not boot either OS. Start SUB(or something close, I can't remember. 2.