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Most probably, it means Wubi failed while trying to include that latest Ubuntu installation in the boot options of Windows. If you check this link, you'll see that while MANUALLY uninstalling an Ubuntu distro, you'll need to REMOVE Ubuntu from your boot options by editing bcdedit.exe. So, you're getting this error while trying to ADD Ubuntu to your boot ...


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Ubuntu Wubi is not longer supported since 12.04 version and actually it is practically unuseful. You can observed Wubi.exe into the newer iso images of Ubuntu but it doesn't work because you can not install it or Wubi crash when you try to actualize it a newer versions. It's highly recomended that you install Ubuntu in a different partition of your hard disk ...


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Wubi? I'm pretty sure that wasn't supported for 14.04...do you mean the 'Install Ubuntu alongside Windows' option? However, Helio is right, you can't really modify a partition size once it's made. So, you need to: Backup everything (Windows and Ubuntu) using the backup tools (search 'Backup' in the Dash and Start Screen/Menu) to some large storage that ...



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