Previously i have window7 and ubuntu with dual boot. But now window 7 is directly starting there is no option for ubuntu (no boot manager) but i checked via live cd ubuntu partiton ext4 is there and all files also but it directly not starting and windows also not determine that partition or ubuntu boot loader entry ?
I'm running a dual-boot system with Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04. After reinstalling both OSs several times my System boots right into Windows.
Some information I gathered:
If I have a bootable USB (either Ubuntu or Windows) plug in and boot to the Windows recovery screen and select the boot from external device I can select Ubuntu and boot into it.
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?
I was working with a CAD program in Windows 8, and when I went to save a file, the computer locked up. After a while, I rebooted the computer, only to find that Windows no longer boots.
I have a dual-boot system between Windows 8 and Ubuntu 13.10, both on the same HDD.
So I'm new to linux, but am really eager to try out Ubuntu. I have a laptop that came pre-installed with Windows 8. I partitioned my hard drive and want to install Ubuntu on the second half so that when I boot I can choose whether to boot into Ubuntu or Windows 8.
Have ASUS X551M Notebook PC. Boots Windows 8.1 Want to dual boot Ubuntu. Need clarification on Bios setup. What does "BIOS" add boot option really want when it says it wants a format of fs0:\path\filename.efi? hd0,gpt7 Doesn't look like the right format but neither does "Windows Boot Manager (P0: HGST HTS545050A7E680)" which is option 1 and the only option.