That 64 bit version is the one you'd want to use, but that is not the version I have used.I would however expect this version to work as well. After I've tried to boot using sdb, the result is the same as previously: blank screen. (Booting windows from sda works as expected.) Boot-Repair status: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12695213/ I do not really understand Step 2 - Make a backup of your current Windows setup Backups are funny - you only need them when you didn't make one … so we better play it save, Please how can i fix this. http://gagc.net/windows-10/windows-7-boot-problems-possible-registry-issue.php
It seems like either GRUB is not correctly installed or it doesn't know about Windows. Any suggestions on how to "fix" / repair grub 2? Is the home partition is like drives other than C: drive (like E: , F: & G: ) in windows ? You might need to restart your PC after the error checking has finished. http://askubuntu.com/questions/500205/ubuntu-14-04-with-windows-7-dual-boot-problem
May Allah's blessing and peace be on you. I checked my bios mode and it says it's an older version (American Megatrends Inc. 306, 2008-07-24). Reply evilhead Apr 7, 2015 - 12:09 PM - hans - Author: Comment Link Yeah sometimes it's worth it to not overthink t too much … Reply hans Grub Not Showing Windows 10 deshackDecember 28, 2015 at 7:40 am Reply Hi Joao, other than what explained here, are you sure Windows does not cause problems?
Thanks. Dual Boot Option Not Showing In Windows 10 The disadvantage of encryption is, that your important data will be forever unreachable when you, for example, forget your password. Grub is showing both Wind7 and Ubuntu in boot options, but when I select Ubuntu it is loading only black screen with white cursor blinking. Set the default boot manager for the computer Before we proceed to the instructions, this screenshot shows the partitions that the Windows 7 installer will likely create, as seen from the
This option can cause a lot of trouble for people with little Linux experience.... No Dual Boot Option Windows 10 Ubuntu OK, so I will end up with a 84Gb (88.857 MB) Ubuntu partition and a 16Gb Swap partition - let's do it … Select the "free space" row that looks like In BIOS Ubuntu was not listed. Thank You deshackNovember 14, 2015 at 8:36 am Reply Please have a look at the bios (uefi) settings and make sure the first boot device is the drive where Grub has
That's it! https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2297654 share|improve this answer answered Sep 11 '16 at 18:28 Akhilesh kumar 1408 1. Dual Boot Option Not Showing Next go to the new Terminal window you just opened, right click in the window and choose "Paste". Fix Grub After Windows 10 Upgrade I want to know the simplest way to sove this deshackAugust 19, 2016 at 6:26 pm Reply Hi, boot into Windows and reboot the PC (do not shut it down, reboot
Ubuntu Setup - Installing …. http://gagc.net/windows-10/windows-activation-problems.php I tried holding the Shift key on starting and it still display the black screen and blinking cursor but this time with the text Grub Loading and nothing else happens. Please reboot the computer, and use this software in an EFI session. In the example below, I reserver 100 GB for my Ubuntu partition (100,000). Install Ubuntu Alongside Windows 10 Legacy Bios
How to set NOMODESET and other kernel boot options in grub2 - both BIOS liveCD & grub first boot ( also UEFI with grub) http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 Then install nVidia driver from system I don't think it'll do much, but it's worth a try. On restart I could choose to boot from sda or sdb from bios so I could boot each os without a problem. Check This Out This was the ubuntu installation I've mentioned in my previous post.) Adv Reply October 6th, 2015 #4 oldfred View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Master Roaster Join Date
Hope this helps and glad to hear that other guide helped you on your way. Can't Boot Windows 10 After Installing Ubuntu Where you can select which device to boot from? See if it shows your Ubuntu in the list … Reply hans Feb 26, 2015 - 5:13 AM - lolero Comment Link Thank you for this excellent tutorial!
And I cannot get past this point. Select Ubuntu from the "Select a Linux Distribution" drop down. Please make sure you did NOT switch your BIOS to Legacy mode … if you did, then please go back to UEFI mode. Dual Boot Windows 10 And Ubuntu Uefi Built for developers and starting at $5:00/month (20 GB SSD, 512 MB of RAM).
The immediately following row should be "free space" and have the size we calculated for our swap space. Best regards, Kims Reply Kims Mar 7, 2015 - 8:46 PM - Kims Comment Link Hi again Figured it out - "Fast boot" was enabled in BIOS again. More details for Acer equipment, read this article "How to Enable or Disable Secure Boot" on the Acer website. Reply hans Mar 26, 2015 - 1:18 PM - pietro Comment Link This was very useful, thank you!
it worked for me on an Acer Aspire E 17, although I had some minor bumps through the road: - boot repair install did not work for me. If you wish to support my website, you can configure your ad blocker to make an exception for this website. Since I wanted to repartition the hdd anyway, I did the partitioning and reinstalled ubuntu to the hdd. ShivAugust 19, 2016 at 6:08 pm Reply I recently installed Ubuntu new release sideby to my windows 10.