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You might try to enable Additional Drivers in System settings > Software and update. If your card needs additional driver to operate properly, then you have to install it. The installation might need temporary wired internet connection to download the necessary packages.


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I takes some time to synchronize bookmarks in Google accounts for some reason. It is up to an hour or so. Just wait a bit and you will get your bookmarks.


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All you need is a Google account, such as your Gmail, and the Chrome browser installed on multiple computers. Here’s how to set it up. Sign in to Google Chrome from a trusted computer. List item In the top-right corner of the screen, click the Chrome menu Chrome menu. Click Settings. Under "Sign in," click Advanced sync settings. Choose the amount of ...


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Well this is not the case at least with me. I login to Google Chrome from 4 different O/s - Windows 7, Windows 10, Ubuntu and Mac OSX. All my bookmarks are synchronized. How you installed and update Google Chrome? I followed this link And everything is working fine for me. Try to look into the logs of Google Chrome may be it can point you something.


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Given your comment, I suspect you may have something left over on your EFI System Partition (ESP). Mount it and, if Ubuntu is no longer installed, delete the EFI/ubuntu directory tree. You may also need to delete EFI/BOOT -- but it may hold Windows files, so that could help or make things worse. You can mount the ESP in Windows by opening an Administrator ...


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I decided to try another route. I figured out how to install UBUNTU 15.10 32 bit (it won't deal with 64 bit) via USB and after install to it's own partition it says DUAL BOOT ? Sure, not what I wanted but i'll take it. Can't get the BIOS to cooperate apparently because I still have no dual boot. I'll keep searching for a fix for this to get a dual boot ...


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I guess you have installed ubuntu in the Wrong partition(which is C: drive). To confirm: Boot your ubuntu os and search for directory which have folders below.(perflog, Program files, Users, Windows) If no, you need to install windows Operating system again. if yes, start your ubuntu os and follow this ...


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You can freely change RAM, video RAM, number of CPUs, virtual network cards, audio devices, and more for any virtual machine. But it requires the machine to be not running. Reinstalling the guest is not needed and will not help anyway. As soon as you had shut down you virtual Ubuntu the Virtual Box Manager will allow for up to 128 MB of VRAM. The virtual ...


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Question 1: Yes you can "reinstall" by deleting the VM by right clicking on it in the VirtualBox Manager window and then creating a new VM in the same way. Although this is unlikely to solve any problems you are having. Question2: Ubuntu has a Terminal window, not command prompt. To open it press Ctrl + Alt + T As for which to use: use command ...


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I could not find out how to disable the virtual box host only adaoter. i followed these steps Open Settings-Network, then choose adapter1 to NAT. Open Network and Sharing-Center in Windows, then go to change Adapter settings


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I had this problem too and solved by: Turn off my Outpost firewall Turn off Windows.Defender In virtual machine settings - Network - Change from NAT to Bridged Adapter


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There is no Ubuntu operating system shown in the pastebin output. There also is no Windows operating system in the pastebin output. Just guessing - did you install Ubuntu using the Wubi application ? Rebuild the BCD store and install Ubuntu the recommended way. This is a slightly chance to getting your problem - partly - solved. Otherwise you have to ...


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Your configuration is strange, and that strangeness may hide a problem. You have: Two hard disks (no problem there). It appears that /dev/sdc is a Windows installation disk that you haven't unplugged. This also is not a real problem. /dev/sda is partitioned with MBR and seems to hold Windows. This implies that Windows is booting in BIOS/CSM/legacy mode; ...


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Try installing this using a basic video driver. When I have my server, sometimes I have to run it using a basic video driver.


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Your Boot Info Script output indicates that you've accidentally overwritten your Windows partitions when you installed Ubuntu. You cannot fully recover from this problem. The best you can do is: STOP USING THE DISK IMMEDIATELY! Any further use, including booting Ubuntu, runs the risk of making matters worse. If you don't have it already, buy sufficient ...


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And you could've just update grub. Next time do so. You can save a lot of time.


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I'm not familiar with efuse. However, you can typically install Windows after Ubuntu by following these steps: Back up your current Ubuntu installation. Unless there isn't anything on there you would be sad to lose, you should do a backup. Get an Ubuntu Installation CD or Live Boot USB. (You'll need this because Windows will erase grub, the Ubuntu ...


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U could go through the link Boot-Repair This will fix the loader and u will dual boot. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair



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