I want to install Ubuntu and remove Windows 10 , but when you restart the PC does not read the Ubuntu installer that is on a bootable USB.
This flowchart shows how to make a bootable USB for installing Ubuntu and troubleshoot problems booting Ubuntu from it.
In Windows 10 the
dd command can be run from Bash on Windows. Bash on Windows is a full, Ubuntu-based Bash shell that can run Linux software directly.
How to make an Ubuntu Minimal USB on Windows using dd - The instructions for using dd for windows are in the comments at the bottom of the linked answer.
In your BIOS you need to change it from UEFI to legacy.
From there you can choose USB from the boot menu (Usually F12) when starting your computer.
From there you will be able to boot from usb.
- From the Windows settings/power options, turn off fast boot. When shutting down, try selecting "shut down" instead of sleep or any other options.
- At power on, get into the UEFI settings with some function key, like F2 (varies by machine). Go to the boot order and put the USB and DVD before the hard disk.
- If you cannot get to the UEFI settings with some function key, from the Windows shutdown, hold down the shift key, and select "restart". At restart, you will have a screen of option icons, you may actually select the USB device here to see if you can boot, but that will not be permanent. Select the Trouble shooting icon, then from the next screen select the UEFI settings (I think that's were it is). Now change the boot order to have USB and DVD before the hard disk.
- You should now be able to boot the USB. If there are multiple USB choices in the boot order, the ones with "UEFI" in their name should be the ones used for UEFI mode.
- If none of the above works to boot the USB, you may have a machine which only boots USB in legacy mode, but that should only be a last resort, since by booting in legacy, you will install in legacy (Which in your case, in which you want to "remove" Windows, that may not make much difference, but you might want to dual boot awhile before removing Windows.
As soon as you start the computer, key F12 or ESC to BIOS. Select the USB drive. When Ubuntu starts, select Spanish. The installation should be now in Spanish
Easier way to do this:
Boot into Windows. Click Start. Type "boot". Click "Change a advanced Startup Options". Click Restart Now.
When it restarts, click Troubleshoot. Click advanced. Click Startup settings on the right. Insert your USB, and click restart.
Hope this helps, this is what I always do on my Win10 laptop to boot Linux Live! :)