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Test gdisk. It is available in Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04.1 Live Iso. Open a terminal. Execute: sudo su gdisk /dev/sd? The gdisk program employs a user interface similar to that of Linux's fdisk, but gdisk modifies GPT partitions. It also has the capability of transforming MBR partitions or BSD disklabels into GPT partitions. Like the original fdisk ...


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Yes, you can abort dd. Just go to the terminal where dd is running and press Ctrl+C. Aborting dd will not roll things back to the way they were before dd started writing a stream of data to the disk. But that's fine, because you don't need that. If your goal is just to clear out all the partitions on the disk and make a new partition table, you can do ...


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According to NeoSmart Knowledgebase (creators of EasyBCD): Fix 0xc0000001 in Windows 8 Windows 8 users may fix this boot error without an installation disc by using the Windows Startup Settings (see Fix #1 below). Fix #1: Use Windows Startup Settings Restart your computer Press SHIFT + F8 when booting to open the Recovery screen ...


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By default, Ubuntu installs using a legacy BIOS type boot sequence, whereas Windows 8 is most likely booting via EFI. Try interrupting the bootup on your machine with the appropriate key (F10, F9, F12, F2, or whatever it is on your particular model of pc) and selecting the Windows boot loader there rather than letting GRUB take control. By the time GRUB ...


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Most of the time, when you start the Ubuntu installation, it will detect Windows partitions and guide you through making space for Ubuntu. If it doesn't, you have to manually partition, which isn't hard at all for someone like me, but I use Gentoo, so that's different. Anyways, if the Ubuntu installer cannot detect windows paritions, you will have to click ...



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