Lập Trình Linux

How to Dual-Boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10, 19.04 & 19.10




A brand new updated tutorial for 2019 which shows you how to dual-boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10, 19.04 & 19.10 in a simple step-by-step, easy to follow format.

Disable Fast Startup:
Ubuntu:
Rufus:
How to create a bootable USB:

——————————

👊 Follow and add me on social media:

⏩ Twitter: 🐦
⏩ Discord: 💬
⏩ Steam: 🎮

——————————

⏩ If you enjoyed this video, please feel free to leave a like and comment – and if you’d like to be notified when I release a new video: hit that subscribe button and click the bell icon! 🔥

——————————

How to Dual-Boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10, 19.04 & 19.10

Nguồn:https://ftlinuxcourse.com/

Máy Tính
Đánh giá laptop Asus Vivobook 14: mỏng nhẹ, SSD siêu nhanh
Lập Trình Linux
Cách tải minecraft viên bản mới nhất 1.12.0.3 và tạo skin minecraft
Phim
CƯỜI NGOÁC MỒM Với 3 Phim Hài Khắm Bựa Nhất Hành Tinh | Best Comedy Movie
  • The plus doesn’t appear


  • This gotta be a world record time for a tutorial to get into the video and not talk constantly.
    Good job 🙂


  • The installation is stuck on "detecting file system 100%" and it wont go from there on.
    Oh and i was installing Kubuntu


  • Couldn't log in after installation because graphics drivers weren't installed. Had to open cli and ran 'sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall', then restarted which fixed it


  • Damn! I had forgotten to disable fast-boot on windows 10! So grub didn't work for me


  • I have 44.83 GB of free space, but when I right 20000, 20 GB, it says that "Total size after shrink in MB: 0"


  • So you have to start this process on the computer you want to have dual boot capabilities, after you've already installed windows, yeah?


  • my grub menu doesnt show up… boots right into ubuntu… how can i fix?


  • I got lucky and the install alongside windows 10 appeared, I can tell it was much harder with something else.


  • I can't select the allocated space at the installation phase. It says that it's unusable. Can someone help me out, please?


  • How didnt you get the EFI error? I got it and i dont know what to do


  • I was obliged to decrease the speed of the video to understand what you are saying… speedy man 😉


  • JadeJade

    Author Reply

    Thank you so much
    Excellent tutorial


  • For those who see black screen, this solution worked for me
    https://itsfoss.com/fix-ubuntu-freezing/


  • Nice tutorial, no waffle and nice pace


  • Love the tutorial man!


  • Can I use the USB as a disk partition


  • Can we use kubuntu?


  • I've tried everything, but it keeps booting to Windows 10 instead of grub :/


  • Thank you sooo muchh


  • Is it important to turn off Fast startup? if i turn off this option then will hibernate function work? because
    i use my power button of laptop to hibernate it…


  • Is it mandatory to free some space before installing it? Because, as I know, Ubuntu installation gives you an option to install ubuntu alongside windows right!!


  • You actually multiply by 1024 to get the GBs you want


  • when i am opening ubuntu my laptop is getting switch off.


  • That's it? …😶


  • do a video on tri booting windows 7 windows 10 and a Debian based Linux distro


  • I have a problem. When I was installing ubuntu the system didn't see my windows 10. Now I can't start windows 10 anymore unless I make a boot repair and then I can start windows but it cannot see ubuntu. What should I do? Thanks.


  • SOLVED!!!
    I had a few issues that I eventually solved and wanted to share in case someone else also has these problems..

    1.) PROBLEM: Windows wont allow you to shrink the partition small enough even though you have LOTS of available hard drive space.

    SOLUTION: After trying all the common things suggested on the web without success I finally just used a 3rd party partitioning software (Aomei) to create the new partition. Then merge it back into the C:/ drive. Now windows will see that extra space as available (minus the obligatory 20gb Windows reserves for special stuff). You'll want to use the Windows Shrink tool because it leaves the space as "unallocated". If you format the space as NTFS or FAT32 before running the Ubuntu install, you'll run into problems. Just make sure it says "unallocated" before running the Ubuntu boot drive.

    2.) PROBLEM: Windows either doesnt show your USB boot disk in the BIOS as something bootable or it sees it and Windows ignores it completely upon bootup.

    SOLUTION: At first I was using "Universal USB Installer" to create my bootable USB drive. Everything looked great but Windows would ignore the USB drive upon bootup. I downloaded and used "RUFUS" which then created a bootable USB that was recognized my Windows at startup without issue. My guess is that the universal usb installer was choosing specific parameters automatically that were not correct. Rufus allows the user to change/select all the various parameters manually.

    3.) PROBLEM: You finished installing Ubuntu but you're not seeing the GRUB menu when booting up.

    SOLUTION: When I was setting up the "swap area" and " ext4 / " partitions in the Ubuntu install wizard, I mistakenly selected the newly created "ext4 /" partition as the place I wanted Ubuntu installed to. If you look closely at 6:32, he has the root folder selected. In his case this shows "ATA VBOX harddisk 128.8gb" in the bottom field. When repeating the install process I made sure to have the root folder selected and everything worked flawlessly. I was able to boot into GRUB directly after the install.

    4.) PROBLEM: After entering your login password, instead of logging you in and showing the desktop you are shown a blank screen.
    SOLUTUON:
    Your video drivers for Linux need to be updated…
    – Manually reboot the computer by holding the power button until it shuts down. Boot into the GRUB menu but when you get there type "e" which will show you the setup parameters for Ubuntu. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the 2nd to last line where it says "$vt_handoff". Directly after that you will add a space and a few words. When finished it should read…."$vt_handoff nouveau.modeset=0"

    – Press F-10 which will boot directly into Ubuntu with the newly edited parameters. This should get you to your desktop.

    – Now you need to download updates so this problem doesnt happen again the next time you boot up. Type Ctrl-Alt-T to open the terminal. Now type "sudo apt update" at the prompt and hit enter. Make sure you have an internet connection because this will begin searching and downloading updates. This process takes about 6-10min.

    – A popup window may appear asking if you want to install the updates you just downloaded. If you dont see the popup you'll need to navigate around until you find the "software updater". I recommend doing this over WiFi as it seems to download more stuff. This install process took about 40min for me over 4G mobile….Much longer than expected but it got the job done. When the install is finished it will ask if You want to restart the computer. If everything went according to plan you shouldnt have the blank screen issue anymore as your video drivers will have been updated during this process.


  • I ckliked on unusable which is 116799MB but the + boutn isn't activated so I can't do the partition why is that help plz


  • I have 128 GB and 1TB HDD in my laptop. Can I partition storage space in my D drive instead of my SSD?


  • Everything is good. understand almost every stem in the tut! <3
    But now i'm migrating from Windows to Linux. Yes i saw some suggestions at choosing linux mint/zorin os/etc as a first step in linux, but i want directly install ubuntu, because yeah, it is #1 distro (public) with support and compatibility.

    But i didn't get that part about swap, I have a total of 4 GB Ram (ddr3) and i want to *install* ubuntu 19.10 on my Pentium III 2 core pc.

    If i want to allocate space for swap area, i should put in : 4000 x 1 = 4000 MB / 4000 x1.5 = 6000 MB / 4000 x 2 = 8000 MB ?


  • i love how u quickly started and finished the tutorial


  • Windows 10 with NTFS partition and Ubuntu not getting boot after installation, please help!!!


  • Is this the way to install any distributions?
    And what if later on I want to delete the windows and use only Linux? How can I delete the windows?


  • Says no EFI partition was found


  • we must shrink C drive or another can be shrink?


  • Can you also do this with other linux operating systems


  • On some computers:
    Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Restart Now under Advanced Startup > Use a Device > The USB device


  • Thanks worked perfectly. No issues


  • My installer froze at 5:40


  • thank


  • SteveSteve

    Author Reply

    do I need to always have the usb in or just for the first time?


  • Somehow deleted my windows and my computers will only boot into Ubuntu…


  • What if the Grub Boot loader doesn't show up?


  • What usb drives do you recommend for this?


  • wow its really helpful


  • This is what for I need linux
    https://youtu.be/r7IVm9FtFtQ


  • and how to i delete it after i dont want it anymore ??


  • I got stuck at the "F??" key. I cant figure out which one!!
    Edit: It was the esc key..,


  • Just realized why Ubuntu couldn't tell Windows was installed already its because I've encrypted my drive with Bitlocker. If I temporarily disabled it would Ubuntu have read it? It's too late now since im already installing im just wondering.