I have a Asus n56vz and I am trying to install Ubuntu 12.10 alongside my Windows 7.
I just want to mention that I am completely new to UNIX and that I have already tried the following methods:
Trying to install directly from a USB (ubuntu doesn't see my windows 7 and thus I do not have the install alongside windows option).
Shrinking my C: drive using windows disk-managment and leaving it unallo
I recently bought a new ASUS Zenbook UX301 series with windows 8. I then updated to Windows 8.1. I have used Ubuntu before, and have had it installed through VirtualBox on my macbook for over a year now.
I am trying to install Ubuntu 14.04.1 (64-bit version, from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop) on my computer where Windows 7 is already installed. I would like to have both Ubuntu and Windows 7 installed on the computer.
I have downloaded the Ubuntu, burned it to a disc, and started the installation.
I have windows 8 installed on my Sony Vaio laptop and want to install ubuntu 12.10 from a live DVD purchased from osdisc.com alongside windows 8. I have quite a few questions. Does this version include boot repair so I can follow the ubuntu documentation? Can I use wubi.exe to install this ubuntu version if I disable UEFI?
I downloaded Ubuntu and put it onto a DVD and i assume it works fine because the disk is working. I looked around at the options and noticed that I could install alongside windows, but I chose to just try it. Now I've decided to install it alongside windows(vista) but now the option is no longer there. Any ideas..?
I am currently using the latest version of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
I would like to install windows 7 alongside with Ubuntu. I saw a girl running windows 7 alongside ubuntu, when she turn on her computer, he got 2 option, one to open ubuntu and another to open windows 7.
Can anyone please give me a suggestion that how can I run Windows 7 alongside with my current OS ubuntu.
I have been using Ubuntu for a few years. Recently my Laptop HDD crashed and I had it replaced. Now I have installed Windows 7 (Home 64) - the same was installed on the previous HDD. I have also been using a multi boot option with Windows 7 and Ubuntu.
After the installation of Windows 7, I tried to install Ubuntu as usual.