I have 2 drives on my Laptop (Lenovo G500 i5 4GB Ram). Drive C and and another drive of 269 GB (UNALLOCATED).. i.e. I deleted it so that I can install Ubuntu in it.
In my Drive C, I have Windows 10 installed 64 Bit.
I want to use Ubuntu and Windows 10 (Both)
My Windows was installed in UEFI mode, and I was making a mistake in installing Ubuntu in LEGACY SUPPORT MODE. My SECURE BOOT mode is DISABLED.
I have Ubuntu 15.04 downloaded, (Right now downloading 16.04+) and when I made my 16GB Pen drive Bootable to boot Ubuntu, in Legacy mode, then after partition disk and making swap, when i clicked INSTALL NOW, there was some error named "the partition table format in use ..." with 2 options "GO BACK" and "CONTINUE"
So i didnt install. Later I read it on askubuntu, that both the OS's should be installed in same MODE, i.e. If Windows 10 is installed in UEFI, then Ubuntu shud also be installed in UEFI. If Windows 10 is installed in Legacy support, then ubuntu shud be done in same.
Now I am trying to boot my pen drive in UEFI mode, but it aint booting, and windows 10 boots up. Like, my pen drive should boot and show options like TRY UBUNTU, OR, INSTALL etc. but it directly goes to the windows 10. (SECURE BOOT IS DISABLED) When i was trying to boot in Legacy mode, it showed
Now my second ques is: Is 16.04/5 dont come up with such issues?
Third: I dnt want to reinstall Windows 10 in legacy mode (previous UEFI mode) so that i can install ubuntu.
I am very new to Linux so please explain it easily. Thank you :)