How to Install Linux Mint 18 Alongside Windows 10 or 8 in Dual-Boot UEFI Mode

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Matei Cezar

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21 Responses

  1. jabo says:

    Wow! Nice write up, Matei! I know this isn’t win 8-10, but since I was clowning around on my HP Envy win 10, thought I’d dust off an old Dell Latitude. Works with one exception.

    In step 2 item 12, for win 7 use “win 7 loader” vice “windows boot loader.” Same drive, diff name. Mines working great, dual boot and dual screens and all! Thanks for the write up, accurate screen shots and the time you spent. Helped me greatly!

  2. don dougall says:

    Solved by following this link

    I don’t understand it but the recipe worked. This probably explains the network issues I had during the installation process too.

    Thanks for your help and patience.

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