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Powering down in the middle of an installation because you've taken the wrong choice is always the worst decision you can take. That is like powering down your car in the middle of a busy cross-road because you took a wrong turn. (Just believe me: don't try this!) The easiest way to solve this situation is to: Enable UEFI in the BIOS and reboot. If that ...


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As Jeremy31 said the WiFi card isn't working (hopefully will get support in the short term) and to answer my other question I installed the bootloader in the same partition that had Window's bootloader (the ~300MB UEFI one) and everything worked perfectly. Didn't have to disable secure boot or anything at all and I can boot both OSs. Thanks!.



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