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Dual Boot Windows 10 and Linux Ubuntu on Separate Hard Drives [duplicate]

How would I go about dual booting Windows 10 and Ubuntu, the windows drive is on an ssd as my c drive and my s drive is a hdd that I want to use for Linux. I have no idea what I need to download it or ...
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How do I install Ubuntu on "free space"? [duplicate]

I am installing Ubuntu and I want to do it on "free space" on my disk, but I don't know how. This is what I have: Please help me to figure this out.
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Installing Ubuntu on a separate hard drive from Windows [duplicate]

I want to install Ubuntu and learn Linux. I've been using Raspbian a bit and really would like to get away from Windows as much as possible. The only problem is some of the games I use requires ...
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Choosing "something else" when installing [duplicate]

I am in the process of installing Kubuntu 14.4 on my Windows 10 computer. Normally I would simply use the whole disk, as I don't really like Windows, however there are a few programs I like to use, ...
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Remove windows 10 and install Ubuntu without losing files on other partitions [duplicate]

I want to remove windows 10 and install Ubuntu on my computer, but I neither want to erase the entire hard disk nor erase other partitions because I have a lot of data stored in them. I just want to ...
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How to Install Ubuntu by replacing Windows but without formatting other partitions [duplicate]

I'm using Windows 7 on my PC (1 GB RAM,160 GB HDD). I want to install Ubuntu and remove Windows 7 I have Partitioned my PC into 2 drives , C Drive - 40 GB and D Drive - 120 GB. I want to install ...
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Dual boot with windows 8.1 "write the changes to disks?" problem [duplicate]

I have a pop-up message while installing Ubuntu alongside Windows: Is it normal? If i continue is it format my entire hard disk? What should i do?
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How to install ubuntu on already existing partitions [duplicate]

I installed Ubuntu 32bit because I'm a noob and now I've uninstalled it to install the 64bit version. After uninstalling I'm left with two new partitions a 80GB and a 26GB from the previous ...
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Installing Ubuntu on C: drive [duplicate]

I'm new to Ubuntu, and I'm trying to install it alongside Windows 10, but the installer shows other partitions not the C: drive. C is 100GB containing windows 10 and there are 60Gbytes left but I can'...
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Partition table before installing Ubuntu in UEFI mode alongside Windows 10 [duplicate]

when installing Ubuntu in UEFI mode alongside Windows 10 I don't know what the partition table should look like. After this image: what options will be presented? Assuming no recovery partition for ...
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"No root filesystem is defined". How do I install Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I just managed to find a tool [forgot its name] that makes a live copy of linux on my PC. Now of course I am not just going to try it, delete it. I want to install this thing. The tutorials I have ...
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"Install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10" option not present [duplicate]

I am currently using an ASUS X552CL which came pre-installed with windows 8. I had installed windows 7 pro, and then upgraded to windows 10. I am trying to dual-boot my PC with Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS (64-...
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Want to Install Ubuntu over Linux Mint [duplicate]

I have a dual boot computer with both Linux Mint and Windows 7 on it. I want to run ubuntu instead of linux mint. How do I get rid of Linux Mint and still keep Windows 7 without damage to grub also.
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Is 30 GB enough space for working with Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS alongside windows 7. I have 4 partitions on windows 7. I had a 73 GB partition which I could have used in it's entirety for installing ubuntu. Unfortunately, when I chose ...
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Installation failed no disk space [duplicate]

I've always installed Debian/Ubuntu without problems with Windows but this time I cannot. I had a w10/debian9 build but I wanted to start from 0 so I formatted my partitions and reinstalled my os. ...
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