Hello and thank you for any help.
I have a Lenovo Yoga 11s and I wanted to try out using Ubuntu on it. I have used Linux a little bit in the past, but I would still consider myself a complete novice at it.
I went through the process of making the bootable USB drive and also made a separate partition for me to install Ubuntu on. Somehow I must have selected an option that wiped the whole drive and installed Ubuntu instead of just on the partition I had made. (I installed 14.04 if that helps)
So once that happened, I tried using the Lenovo recovery button, called "OneKey", on my computer but that just takes me to the "GRUB" menu that has Ubuntu options. I have checked the hard drive and it appears that there are no longer any Windows partitions present.
The hard drive partitions that I see on GParted are:
- sda1, fat32, /boot/efi, size: 512MiB, used: 4.36MiB
- sda2, ext4, size: 114.86GiB, used: 10.82GiB
- sda3, linux-swap, size:3.88Gib, used: 4.00 KiB
I don't really have any crucial data that was on there, but I just want to have a working copy of Windows available for use since that is what I am most comfortable with.
I tried calling Lenovo support but they said that I would have to buy a recovery disc, which costs $70.
Please let me know if there is any other information that I could give you to further assist me.