Hello I Was Wanting To FInd Out How I Could Dual Boot My Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 I Dont Have To Have It Dual Booted Even A App That Runs Windows 8 Would Be Good Any Ideas...
on 01/13/2013 – Made popular on 01/13/2013
Hello, I am using Ubuntu 13.10 as my primary (and only) OS, and I need to use Windows 8.1 (not that I want to but it is work related).
How can I dual-boot Ubuntu (without deleting my current installation) and Windows 8.1
My motherboard has UEFI and ubuntu is installed in UEFI Mode (with Secure Boot and everything)...now in the past when I needed well...Windows I had BIOS and MBR now it seems that
Dual-booting has always intrigued me. I dual-boot between Windows and Linux on one of my computers, dual-boot between stock firmware and RockBox on my Sansa Fuze v2, and I decided to find out how to dual-boot my Galaxy Tab 2 7.0". It took a couple days of work, but I have found one way to do so using the external SD card.
I had a sony vaio running windows 7 and Ubuntu but I had given it to my friend as he needed it,
I bought a new desktop with windows 7 and windows 8 dual booted using w8 boot loader,
Now I am trying to boot Ubuntu but I want to boot it from windows 8 boot loader can anyone please help so I can boot all 3 oses from same boot screen.Please help,
well, its getting towards the the (semi) retirement of my (the one and only) HD2.
5 years was a pretty good investment and it still all works great.
I am thinking that the M8 is really the only contender with the possibilities (wishful thinking) of multi boot and maybe even including windows phone 8.
the ideal phone will be the dual sim version for me but i can see all the good stu
Hi. I new to opensuse and just installed it today. When I installed it, I used lvm to parition my hard drive and just let it do its thing. It shrunk my windows partition to 150 GB of 250 GB. I assumed it would let me dual boot just like ubuntu let me do but when I booted. It only gave me two options Desktop -- OpenSUSE 11.3 and failsafe -- opensuse 11.3.
I am new to Linux and Ubuntu and generally new to another OS than windows. But, I would like to dual boot Ubuntu on windows 7. I have downloaded the Ubuntu installer and I get the option to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 7. Will I get a choice everytime I start up my PC to what OS I want to boot in?
Okay, so I'm trying to dual boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu. I currently have Windows 7 installed. I'm using 2 hard drives though. 1 SSD and 1 HDD. The SSD has my operating system on it, and pretty much any program that allows me to change the installation destination, I put in my HDD.
I've dual booted before, but that was with just one HDD.