I installed Ubuntu using a USB stick (followed Ubuntu installation instructions for USB using UUI) on an existing windows 7 pc. I used an old unused partition (which had an old fedora distro) It installed successfully.
I'm trying to install Ubuntu 12.10 on my macbook. I downloaded and put it on a usb stick as per these instructions. Everything seems to work fine until I restart my comp and try to boot from the USB: The only option it gives me is macintosh hd.
I have a 4gb USB stick, which when in place causes my computer to boot to the grub menu which lets me boot into Ubuntu or Windows7. Once it's booted, I can remove the USB stick and everything continues to work. My Ubuntu installation is on the hdd in a linux partition alongside the windows partition. With the USB unplugged, it boots directly into Windows 7.
Hello. My wife has just bought a Samsung NC110P, and after a few months of windows, she is very tired of it and wishes to install Ubuntu as a dual boot. However since the netbook lacks a DVD drive, I have created a USB installation stick. If I boot the computer with the stick inserted, it ignores it and boots windows.
(1) I created a USB stick using Unetbootin.
(2) I then proceded to install it on my Toshiba.
(3) There was no operating system the computer.
(4) After installing I restarted the computer with the USB stick in it.
(5) It took me back to the original boot menu (1. Try Ubuntu without installing 2. Install Ubuntu 3. OEM Install 4.
The thing is i am getting Low fps on all games until I restart computer. so the first cold boot (first boot in the day) it alwasy slow, until i restart the computer, i think its motherboard issue, RAM or graphic card.
I have a dual boot computer (Ubuntu 11.10 or 11.04 / Win7). Everything was working fine until yesterday when it froze while I was under Win7, after that I can't boot the computer anymore and it keeps restarting. The restart occurs right before the when the grub should start (I can't see the grub at all).
I've tried to boot from Ubuntu live CD, but that doesn't also work.