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That too does not work with GPT. Nothing would allow dual booting with my preinstalled oem copy. It was GREAT. Reply Ash says January 2, 2017 at 12:32 am I only have 2 NTFS and no Windows 8 loader Trackbacks Change Grub Boot Order In Windows Linux Dual Boot says: January navigate here
If your only problem is the boot loader, often it will automatically detect the problem and offer to fix it. If so, simply click Repair and restart, and your computer should Your reply is highly appreciated! :-) Reply Abhishek Prakash says July 3, 2014 at 2:09 pm Is it visible in partition tools? Would be interesting, to know you're view on the matter (and have it explained). Is there any alternative Reply BillV March 7, 2016 at 4:27 am I realize this is an old post now, either you found the alternative or moved on to something else
Not something I want to do again. I have a GPT partition table and the Linux Mint installer cannot work with GPT partition tables which is why no partitions are detected. Answer: Yes you can. x86_64), so you need to use a Live that has the same architecture.At this point it is useful to add a remainder to the prompt:source /etc/profile export PS1="(chroot) $PS1" And make
Boot up with your Linux live-CD of choice (I used Ubuntu) 2. Reply TheAtheistReverend says January 5, 2014 at 10:50 pm Used the above method to install Mint xfce to dual boot with Win 7 except for the partitioning, I let it choose Stay logged in NeoSmart Forums Home Forums > User-to-User > Windows Support > Home Our Recovery Discs Wiki Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable This helped tremendously and took care of my problem!
If the author would say a bit on replacing an existing Linux install rather than creating a new one, I'd appreciate it. deshackNovember 27, 2015 at 10:22 am Reply I'm glad it helped 🙂 Sylvanus MukhimNovember 14, 2015 at 5:33 am Reply It doesn't work in my laptop, after i installed it lead So you're in Xubuntu now? However, they did not work as expected.
Running from a live CD of Linux Mint 17.1, I used gparted (Menu/Accessories) to create the Root, Swap and Home partitions. I've been looking for the solution for this issue for a day! Replace /dev/sda7 with your partition, and ext4 with the filesystem of your partition.sudo su cd / mount -t ext4 /dev/sda7 /mnt mount -t proc proc /mnt/proc mount -t sysfs sys /mnt/sys Reply Lewee says July 23, 2016 at 5:58 am Use easybcd or any boot manager.
I was thinking maybe my keyboard was not recognized during system-boot and therefor I couldn't enter the boot-menu and Grub entries. deshackNovember 9, 2016 at 3:51 pm Reply Hi, I never experienced an issue like the one you're describing. Peoblem is that I lose my hidden partition, recovery options, drivers, and some of the ASUS specific software. It works :D Reply RH February 14, 2010 at 8:53 am I have deleted that partition and then reboot.
Keep up the good work. http://virtualdojo.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-with-win-7-xp.html My boot menu is a Aptio Setup Utility yaminiOctober 2, 2016 at 4:57 pm Reply I have quiet opposite problem.I am using toshiba satellite c55-A . Reply Noah October 25, 2009 at 5:46 am No, it's not a operating system. Have tried it 2 or 3 times until I got this far.
But now,it is not working.I really have important files in Windows.Can you please help me? Skip links Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to footer It's F.O.S.S.Open Source News, Tips And TutorialsAbout News Linux Gadgets Games Desktop Apps How To Seems none of my copies of mint 13 have that feature. his comment is here My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom OS Windows 7 Professional x64 CPU Intel i7 2600K OC'd @ 4620 MHz Motherboard Asus P8Z68-V Pro Memory 16GB GSkill Sniper 2133 Mhz (4x4GB)
Backup any important files (documents, photos, etc.) to a spare drive, the cloud, or whatever. 2. I followed your step by step guide and everything went smoothly. While booting the computer press F10 or F12 function key (defers from computer to computer) to go to the boot menu.
I'll let you know.
You will have to delete a partition to make some free space. So you can have a C drive and P drive or similar. Then I installed Win7, not really any problems here (besides the annoying long time it took and numerous reboots for all the updates to finish). It works.
I also got some pop-up message about EFI and things I don't understand, but that's all too long to copy and type from one computer to another right now. No sure of side effects though. And in the bootorder menus there are two equal Ubuntu-entries. http://virtualdojo.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-with-xp-and-7.html peter jamesJanuary 26, 2015 at 11:55 pm Reply hi, i have installed Ubuntu 14.10 along side of Windows 8.1(primary);once after finishing the ubuntu install, i am unable find windows 8.1 options
Reply Dilantha Prasanjith says September 14, 2016 at 10:50 am Hi I am from Sri Lanka. I do not have any CD or DVD for windows recovery but I have a hard drive partition for the purpose. After all I ended up in this predicament when i was hitting all F# Function keys while booting up in bios in hopes i get a "boot from" menu and as Restore MBR As we noted, GRUB is gone and so is the ability to boot into Windows.
Linux also needs to have mouse overs that will tell you which partition to put the boot loader.
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