I'm trying to dual boot my Windows 8 machine with Ubuntu 12.04 but I cannot even get to the Live CD under UEFI. I've already set my UEFI boot loader to load from the DVD drive before anything else but it keeps on loading Windows 8 first thing. I've checked that the Ubuntu installer I am using is working by setting the BIOS to legacy boot; under this setting, I can get to the Live CD but it cannot detect Windows 8---something I do not want to happen.
Just for the record, my boot order is as follows:
- ATAPI CDROM: HL-DL-ST DVDRAM GT51N
- USB CDROM:
- USB FDD
- USB HDD
- HDD: TOSHIBA [SERIAL NUMBER]
- Network Boot-IPV4:
- Network Boot-IPV6
- Windows Boot Manager
Has anyone ran into the same problems as me for UEFI? What am I missing here?
Post-resolution update: In a rather embarassing turn of events, it appears that the Ubuntu installer I am using is not even 32-bit. There is no such thing as UEFI for 32-bit.