I'm very new to Ubuntu (second day using it) so I may not know all the terms of what I'm trying to say.
I set up Ubuntu on a 32GB USB drive with a 25GB partition to save all my data on. This works fine on the computer that I set this up on (runs windows 7), and opens up to
and it saves all my data between sessions, etc.
Then I tried plugging it into my other computer (running windows 8). After configuring the BIOS to have USB priority, it boots to
It doesn't give me an option to boot in persistent mode. It starts up in trial mode, but none of my data or partitions show up. I tried running boot repair, but it didn't seem to do anything.
Why do they boot to different screens, and how can I get my Windows 8 computer to boot in persistent mode?