I did an upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro RTM by doing a clean install of Windows 8. I kept no programs or settings. I have installed absolutely nothing except the Boot Camp drivers I need since I'm running Windows 8 on a partition on my MacBook Pro. The partition is 201 GB and of that 201 GB only 68 GB is currently free. As I said before, I did not install anything else. Is this normal?
Just acquired a new laptop, Gateway NV, i5-430, 4GB, 500GB HD, Intel GMA, and, of course, Windows 7. I wish to install openSUSE (as I have on my other laptops and boxes, with Windows/XP and (sigh..) one Vista). No problems with partitoning any of them, but I have not partitioned a Windows 7 HD.
I do wish to keep Windows 7, but SUSE has become my primary OS.
I installed Ubuntu 12.04 (ubuntu-12.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso) to my 4GB USB Sandisk drive so that I could install it on my laptop. I was able to get to the setup but when I would get to the part where it would ask me if I want to replace Windows or install next to it I chose to install next to it and then it would restart the computer.
I bought Dell Inspiron 3521, it has Ubantu by default. when i try to install Windows XP, after loading the windows setup its showing message " An error has been detected & windows shotdown to prevent any damage to your computer". how to install the windows xp. Please help me...
Yesterday only i got HP Pavilion 15-N204TX Laptop (4th Generation Intel Dual Core i5-4200U- 4GB RAM- 500GB HDD- 15.6 Inches Screen- Ubuntu Linux 1.1- 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M),
now my problem is ,i want to install windows 8.1 as well and make my laptop as duel boot, i am having windows 8.1 dvd,while installing ,its showing in the windows install screen (i.e while making partitions for windows in
I have a 500 GB H.D.D and I dedicated it all to Ubuntu before .
But later I needed Windows 8 , I couldn't install it and created a thread in which I was told I can't install Windows 8 After Ubuntu :
Now I need some music and video creation softwares both in Windows and Linux and I'm trying to install UbuntuStudio after Windows 8 , but whatever
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