I'm using edubuntu 12.04 on my Asus Eee PC 900HA laptop. Now I want to delete the edubuntu OS and install XP instead. I don't need edubuntu and XP both [not dual boot]. The laptop doesn't have a CD ROM and I'm using a flash drive for booting and instaling.
I've already made my flash drive bootable with XP following this tutorial. Do I have to make any changes before I install XP?
I used a live USB to install Ubuntu 14.04 and completely erase windows 8.1, the installation went fine but when I restarted Ubuntu wouldn't boot from my HDD, instead it came up with try Ubuntu or install Ubuntu so I restarted without the live usb plugged in and I got an error message Reboot and select a proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press any key.
I got my Moto X today and attached my gmail account. When it prompts me for the Kit Kat update it downloads but fails to install. I get booted into the bootloader but none of the options in the menu work. The phone just reboots shows the boot logo then goes to the boot loader again.
I currently have issues with installing ubuntu 12.10 on my Asus K95V laptop.
I can boot from the USB, it gives me this menu:
http://i.imgur.com/4TjxW.jpg (image is too big to post here)
Im getting a black screen when i press Install Ubuntu.
After many struggles due to the usual resistances We are able to create some ubuntu labs in my school. Now I would like substitute the 11.10 with edubuntu 12.04 in the server using a completely newa installation from scratch (unfortunately we have not internet connection). On the server, there is also a oem copy of windows 7 in dual boot with raid 1 hardware.
I have a dual boot ubuntu 12.04/windows 8 laptop that runs grub2. More often than not after the laptop finishes POST and when grub attempts to load and display the boot menu the laptop will hang. Sometimes this happens with only partial text of the menu displayed, sometimes the entire menu is displayed but accepts no input.
I having this problem. I've installed Ubuntu 13.10 and after this when booting only satars directly on Ubuntu, if I want to boot from a USB Flash Drive I can't. So You can say "Go to the boot settings and select the USB as first in the priority menu". I'll tell you: I've instaled Linux, Windows and I did it thousand of times! When I press F2 key (In samsung is F2) I cannot enter the boot menu.