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From the output of df command what I can see is the size of your Ubuntu partition is 47930248 KB which is equal to 46 GB approximately. From this you can conclude that it is your 5th partition(partition which you have marked 5) on which Ubuntu is installed. But I will suggest you to use gparted by running Ubuntu in live mode.


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Short answer You need installation or recovery media of the Windows version you want to install. Possible solutions: Obtain Windows 8.1 Update 1 installation media - I have Windows 8 Keys Call the customer support hotline from the computer manufacturer or buy a download from Microsoft. Windows Upgrade Assistant and similar programs on Wine If you ...


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The folder is owned by a different user. Only the owner of the folder or root can change the permissions using chmod. Therefore, in my case, sudo is required as my user does not own the folder.


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Install a package called "Boot Repair" FYI: Boot-Repair is a simple tool to repair frequent boot issues you may encounter in Ubuntu like when you can't boot Ubuntu after installing Windows or another Linux distribution, or when you can't boot Windows after installing Ubuntu, or when GRUB is not displayed anymore, some upgrade breaks GRUB, etc. Kindly ...


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You can use TeamViewer: http://www.teamviewer.com/ It's very easy to install in any Operating System and very easy to connect (you just need to introduce the ID and PIN of the computer you want to control).


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You probably deleted your recovery partition during the Ubuntu installation. This can happen if you choose the "Use entire disk" option when installing. The Windows 8 recovery CD's may restore these partitions if they are branded with the OEM manufacturer of your computer (Lenovo). Unfortunately, using these restore disks will completely re-partition the ...


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Yes you can use Remmina Remote desktop client Its one of many available, and you do not need 3rd party software like Team Viewer. Other apps for that that you can use on ubuntu are: Remotedesktop Client,2X Client RDP / Remote Desktop you can also use rdesktop from terminal With any of those you do not need anything installed on the windows machine


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You can't unmount a partition that your using. If you have to Ubuntu disk, pop that in and boot into the live environment (try Ubuntu without). Then open gparted, and partition your drive yow you want. Then shutdown, and insert your windows 8 install disk. Make sure you click the customize option, and choose to install it to the correct partition. When ...


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I suspect I may know what is happening to your computer. It is a problem I generally try to avoid when setting up dual boot installations, but I admit, I've not yet performed a dual boot installation on a computer requiring EFI. After seeing this, I predict I'm going to hate the experience. And having said that, I suspect I have an outside the box ...


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When installing any OS on an UEFI based computer and GPT disk installation source - USB/DVD - should be booted the UEFI way. Nothing more. Ubuntu GRUB can chainload Windows on BIOS and UEFI. Windows boot manager can chainload GRUB/Ubuntu only on BIOS/MBR. BootNext utility can boot Ubuntu/Linux directly from Windows.


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Do not remove /dev/sda1 (The 1st partition) The EFI partition is part of UEFI and is used by both Windows and Ubuntu. If you delete it, the computer won't boot. Comparing the Gparted and Disk Management screenshots, you want to delete 5th, 6th, and 7th partition as displayed in Windows Disk Management. Or /dev/sda9, /dev/sda10, /dev/sda11 as displayed in ...


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First you need to boot Ubuntu Live system, for example from flash drive. Then you need to resize your your las partition, for example /home or / mount point of Ubuntu installation. This will create some free space for windows. Boot from Windows flash drive and install Windows If you unable to find Ubuntu as boot option, boot Ubuntu server flash drive and ...



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