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comment Where to install bootloader when installing Ubuntu as secondary OS?
As to a note, I accepted this answer as it probably would be a proper solution for such problem, although, I encountered another problem that made me unable to choose proper device as I described here: askubuntu.com/questions/219640/…
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revised I can't make my Windows 8 boot loader to run Ubuntu or even ask me which OS to run as dual boot!
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comment I can't make my Windows 8 boot loader to run Ubuntu or even ask me which OS to run as dual boot!
Yes and no, I had to repartition my hard drive. I couldn't didn't find any other cause of this but partition table.
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comment I can't make my Windows 8 boot loader to run Ubuntu or even ask me which OS to run as dual boot!
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comment Where to install bootloader when installing Ubuntu as secondary OS?
Choosing /dev/staa doesn't do the trick. :(
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comment Not getting past boot screen with logo and pulsing dots on one particular PC
Well, can you get to updates or terminal from Ubuntu desktop and install updates? Or you might want to try live installation which would download everything you might need for your PC.
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comment Not getting past boot screen with logo and pulsing dots on one particular PC
Does this happen after you do fresh install of Ubuntu? After you install all necessary updates? Have you even installed updates/drivers etc? Have you installed anything and after that those dots appeared?