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you can use Grub Customizer on the "List configuration" tab, move lubuntu to the top, and on the "General setting" tab, insert 0 Second in "Boot default entry after" option


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According to what's listed there the problem may be in the boot sequence. Try entering the BIOS and checking that everything is correct. edit: The new error also suggests you are trying to boot from an incorrect boot device. But since you have reverted the boot order changes it could well be a corrupted boot partition. In that case you probably need to ...


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In windows start menu go to Settings -> Power Options -> Change what the power buttons do -> scroll down to the Shutdown settings now turn fast boot OFF , this is similar to a hibernation, do a shutdown, power back on enter BIOS setup, check settings, save & exit, then be ready to hit whatever key brings up the boot menu, could be F12, F9, then you ...


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As you said in the comments, use Rufus on Windows and it will work like a charm.


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Here you go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQIaDO9nR6Y I've seen plenty of positive comments, so I think that video should work!


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Well, the complete answer is that: Add temporarily the nomodeset boot option (from the grub boot menu without editing the /etc/default/grub file yet) as described here: How do I set 'nomodeset' after I've already installed Ubuntu? After you login try run the commands sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and reboot (the nomodeset ...


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Some key things I've noticed about your output: You have two EFI System Partitions (ESPs), /dev/sda1 and /dev/sdb1. This is legal, but makes it harder to troubleshoot the computer. Your /dev/sda1 ESP seems to be empty -- or at least, Boot Info Script has not identified any boot files on it. This could be a bug in Boot Info Script (it misses things ...


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Try this from an Ubuntu Terminal Window: sudo efibootmgr -o 0 That should fix the problem. Alternatively, you could use EasyUEFI in Windows to move the ubuntu entry to the top of the boot order list. EDIT: If it's resetting to boot straight to Windows when you reboot the computer without booting into Windows, then your EFI is badly broken. Check the ...


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If you're able to get to access the preboot menu, you ought to be able to reset your device in either direction. If you were interested in keeping Touch on your device, I've found that reinstalling the OS loads the most recent version with all OTA updates. I had trouble with Touch on my Nexus 7 where attempts to install OTA updates would result in an error ...


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This can be done using VirtualBox Command Line Management Interface. Just run the following script at start up. #!/bin/bash VMUSER="vmuser" VMNAME="RedHatVM" #also you can put UUID in this variable (VMNAME="4ec6acc1-a232-566d-a040-6bc4aadc19a6") case "$1" in start) echo "===Starting VirtualBox VM===" sudo -H -u $VMUSER VBoxManage ...



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