How to Install Ubuntu 16.10/16.04 Alongside With Windows 10 or 8 in Dual-Boot

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319 Responses

  1. Akash Panda says:

    I am having problem with my installation. In my Ubuntu installer I am not able to see my SSD.

  2. Radwan says:

    Hi there,

    I made all the steps carefully and yet have a damn problem that after installing Ubuntu, the GNU screen is not showing and it boot windows only ! I tried to open windows boot manager but it only have one option that’s the windows without Ubuntu option .. I stucked in this problem in a day so any help, please ?!

  3. TOT says:

    Thank You

  4. alexmercer says:

    thanks man

  5. Steve says:

    Netostark85 is same issue as me. No way to access new Mint installation done by the book.

  6. Ashraf says:

    Hi Matei,

    Thank you for your post.

    Unfortunately, the UBUNTU 18.04 set up did not detect Windows 10 OS, so the first option (Install Ubuntu alongside Windows Boot Manager,) did not appear in the installation process. What is the solution?

  7. NetoStark85 says:

    I had a problem after the installation, when the system resets it goes directly to Windows and I don’t know how to enter the Ubuntu OS, I tried selecting Ubuntu directly from the boot menu in the UEFI part but it boots windows anyways, how can a solve this?

  8. Matei Cezar says:

    I don’t really got the question! You can dual-boot in UEFI just as in BIOS.

  9. Fran says:

    Can I install dual boot with EFI or it must be UEFI?

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