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I have installed Ubuntu 12.04LTS on Lenovo S205 twice, but it would not boot normally. How can I fix this problem? I tried to install dual boot, Windows and Ubuntu. but still it would not work properly. Even, when I installed Ubuntu only, it would not boot too. Installation was okay, but it could not boot to Ubuntu. just stuck on a blank screen. More information is posted in my blog below

extremely need a help.

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How are you installing Ubuntu? – Mitch Jun 8 '12 at 5:43
Related:… – Elder Geek Jun 10 '15 at 13:28

Try using this guide, this combo finally worked for me:

  1. Write Ubuntu 64 bit live USB (32 bit won't work due to UEFI)
  2. Make at least 3 primary partitions:
    • 125MB EFI partition (Only appears in ubuntu installer. Does not appear in gParted, or Linux Mint installer)
    • / partition (ext4 is fine)
    • swap partition (swap)
    • If you do not see "EFI" partition type during the installer, try opening gParted in the live USB and make an GPT partition table before you do the installation. It's in one of the menus (you don't want msdos).
  3. Install
  4. After your first restart after installing, go into the BIOS boot menu (F2) and rearrange the boot partitions to your HDD as #1 and the new mysterious "ubuntu" entry is #2. This will enable your wifi (after all what is a netbook without wifi).
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LUG Bruchsal have fixed your problem. Just visit their homepage. The Homepage is in German but it should not be a serious problem. You are able to translate with enjoy yourself with best greetings from a ubuntu- user witch have the same problem in front of his chest!

Reinhard (Germany)


Give me just a shout if it will be worked out with your netbook.

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