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,
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.