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I have a nice impression to Ubuntu before and I want to dual boot it with my Windows OS. (I'm a total newbie in this field :D )
I have downloaded the latest Universal USB Installer and the Ubuntu 13.04 ISO (the 32-bit version). Then, I've burned the installer to my USB. My laptop is Samsung X420 and I can't create another partition for Ubuntu because these built-in partitions:
- Unnamed [healthy(Recovery Partition)] = 15GB, 0GB used
- Unnamed [healthy(System, Active, Primary Partition)] = 100MB, 72MB used
- (C:) [healthy(Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)] = 141.49GB, 68.5GB
- (G:) [healthy(Primary Partition)] = 141.50GB, 118.49GB used
After I restarted my laptop, there was no boot menu for Ubuntu or anything installation guide. It simply restarted to Windows 7. I checked again my USB and I found the WUBI App. Then, I ran it as administrator and chose the "Reboot Now." but nothing happened. As usual, goes directly to Windows.
I haven't formatted my USB because its already FAT32 and I'm afraid to loose important files stored there.
I hope someone will throw light in me regarding this issue. T___T Feel free to reply/contact if you're still confused. (sorry for my bad english)