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You can use UEFI boot/coreboot if your computer supports after first moving your installation outside a wubi container. To do this, create three new partitions on your HDD(make sure your wubi installation will fit into those partitions). I have reduced my boot time from 40 secs to 18 secs. First step(do this on a live CD) -Issue sudo dd ...


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No, some boot loaders like Windows' rely on the boot flag, because it simply passes control to the partition boot sector. But Grub does not require this; it knows which partition contains additional grub modules and the config file and loads them based on that information rather than the presence or absence of a boot flag. If you run the bootinfoscript it ...


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Eliah Kagan's solution works fine. A bit more detail for real beginners: Copy Wubi to the hard disk from the CD. If you do not do it, Wubi just launches the CD install. Open a command window: Option A Go to the Windows Start button, click and write cmd + Enter. Then you need to change directory to the one containing wubi.exe. Option B Open an ...



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