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A few different Bios screens. for Boot options, it just has two options: Windows Boot Manager (PO: XXXXXXXXXXX XX-XXXXXXXXX) Enter Setup When I choose the Windows Boot Manager, it just does a regular boot into Windows. I have been trying to boot from the DVD drive without any success. Experimenting with Mint 15 XFCE on netbook and a Dell laptop with peripherals (Persistent 8GB Live USB.) Adv Reply September 11th, 2011 #6 emmerthalc View Profile View Forum Posts Private https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootFromCD
It is a good idea to keep some notes on what you are doing. boot windows dvd cd share|improve this question asked May 21 '15 at 15:25 Telmo Silva 21 Can you be clearer on "nothing happens" - boots to Linux, fails to Click here to Register a free account now! ar2deetu View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by ar2deetu 12-04-2012, 03:52 AM #13 H_TeXMeX_H LQ Guru Registered: Oct 2005 Location:
Any ideas? Press F6 for "Other Options." Try to apply boot parameters: BootParameters Other Installation Options If unfortunately none of these options worked for you, there are still other options. In fact it's not really any more trouble than using upgrade as you should backup anyway in case anything goes wrong. Ubuntu Live Cd Won't Boot Related 1I can boot from USB a installation of Windows 7, but I can't do this with Ubuntu or XBMC live0Unable to boot from CD1Can't boot into 12.041Unable to boot Ubuntu/Mint0Can't
Search this Thread 03-06-2015, 04:48 PM #1 Tootler LQ Newbie Registered: Aug 2011 Location: Middlesbrough, UK Distribution: Linux Mint 13 Posts: 12 Rep: Unable to Boot from USB or Not sure what I should\can give at this point. But if you can not get any further, you may want to try some optional bootParameters to get you running. http://askubuntu.com/questions/626608/unable-to-boot-cd This should allow you to boot off the CD.
share|improve this answer edited Jul 8 '11 at 13:49 Gareth 12.7k113955 answered Aug 30 '09 at 18:52 Rajat 1272 Sorry I am un able to follow what you mean http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-laptop-and-netbook-25/unable-to-boot-from-cd-or-usb-on-asus-boot-options-in-bios-not-working-4175439769/ Network Boot-IPV4:6. How To Make A Bootable Ubuntu Dvd From Iso I checked out the demo one at the shop and it had the same problem.I phoned back Acer support. Install Ubuntu From Dvd Here is a procedure which worked on an HP Pavilion 15 Notebook.
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Would have used the USB, but just don't have one on me at this time. Ubuntu Live Cd Download Iso Find More Posts by veerain 03-07-2015, 04:52 AM #5 fatmac Senior Member Registered: Sep 2011 Location: Surrey/Hants Border, UK Distribution: BSD & Linux - As long as they are share|improve this answer answered Aug 30 '09 at 18:52 Will 5451912 The dvd drive is the first boot device in the priority, I have updated the question with further
Yesterday I installed Ubuntu to begin exploring, I think it was Ubuntu 10.4, it was downloaded it a few weeks back, but I never got around to doing anything with it.) I'm getting frustrated as I cannot think what to try next. It's a bit over my head right now but will go through the steps and see what I can do. Grub Boot From Cd I want to thank you for your time in assisting me with this problem.
Under normal circumstances, either the CD is not set in the BIOS as the first boot device, or the XP boot cd is faulty, or the CD drive itself is faulty. Toshiba, IBM and others: press F12 while booting to get to the boot menu and choose CD-ROM. TobiSGD View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by TobiSGD View Blog 12-03-2012, 10:27 AM #8 H_TeXMeX_H LQ Guru Registered: Oct http://crudlet.org/boot-from/unable-to-boot-mac-from-dvd.html Not setup properly in CMOS setup (BIOS) If the CMOS is not properly set up, the computer may ignore or not look at the CD-ROM or DVD as a bootable option.
With an alternative in mind. Need help running Linux on your netbook? It still didn't automatically boot from DVD but pressing (Esc) and using the boot menu, I was able to boot from the DVD and now have a clean install of Mint You now have a good chance of booting Ubuntu.
I would be surprised if they didn't use GPT partitioning instead of the older (and limited) MBR partitions. Tootler View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Tootler 03-06-2015, 04:55 PM #2 mostlyharmless Senior Member Registered: Jan 2008 Distribution: Although, with the Secure Boot (disabled) and Legacy Boot (enabled)why is it stillnot booting from Legacy boot?