Im very new with this dual booting stuff. But I just installed Ubuntu 12.04.3 lts onto an un allocated 150gb space that I shrank from my D: drive. When I boot the computer up it goes into the Ubuntu menu and lets me select:
Ubuntu Generic, Ubuntu recovery, previous versions of linux, Windows 8 recovery, Windows 8 (loader)
When I select Windows 8 (loader) and Windows 8 recovery selection it gives me an error " ERROR CANNOT LOCATE DRIVE MAP" and after pressing the ENTER key it goes back to the menu with all the options to choose from.
My friend said that I should just use boot-repair from the terminal and just repair it there... but he has let me down in the past so I just want to make sure that would actually help out more than do harm. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could help me out!
I have a ASUS K55N preloaded with Windows 8 and F2 is BIOS
When I disable "secure boot" from the BIOS UBUNTU will not load, but when I enable "secure boot" it boots Ubuntu right up.