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Probably, your problem is orginated from BIOS preferences. Go to BIOS and do the followings: Go to BOOT label Replace Legacy BIOS with UEFI Save and Exit After you did these, I think you can do dual boot easily.


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One could comment on why Asus changes this behaviour in the firmware and suggesting to go back to 204. Well not quite: BIOS 303 Fix bug that system can't enter into sleep state on UBUNTU OS Also: BIOS 309 Compatible with WinXP, Win7 and Win8 I guess that was meant to say "Added support for Windows 8". I remember using the ...


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This isn't really an Ubuntu related question though. According to the manual on page 7 (actually 13 in the document): Shut down the computer. Press the Novo button and then select BIOS Setup. On this model it is a small button near the power connector:


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in the command, replace grub* by grub-common. The error should disappear.


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I hardly think there really is any BIOS issues. I know sometimes Windows can get a little picky if it suddenly sees it's root partition is smaller than it once was. Usually it just does a simple disk check and that's it. But in some cases you might need to reactivate Windows. This usually happens when you make a hardware change, but I've seen some cases ...



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