When I let the machine boot up, it blows right through POST and starts Windows. I managed (painfully, using keyboard pecks) to download/install the NVIDIA driver for my desktop so I could get the 1600x900 resolution and the mouse started working. Its first partition too has 'Boot' Flag. If your SATA Mode is not set to AHCI and if you want to set it to AHCI then do this first in Widnows then reboot and change mode: Read HERE click site
Lets hope that someone else, like WB0HYQ confirms this. I thought that the installer would do all that for me and I'd be offered a choice of OS's to boot into, not the Grub prompt. If you can’t find the driver that is necessary for your operational system, you can ask a question to users of our service in the Q&A section or contact our help-desk I thought that installing LINUX was supposed to be an easy thing now and here I am trying various command-line entries just to get my MBR back after the installer messes
I can hit F11 and get the boot device menu. The machine is a 64-bit machine and I installed the 32-bit version of 11.10. The lilo commands above will get you Windows back. Bill fantabJune 1st, 2013, 05:33 PMYour partitions on both HDDs look fine.
But it isn't a BIOS thing. What your doing is single booting from a selected device such as: select HD, CD, USB, Flash etc. In that case its not GRUB but the MoBo firmware. Lenovo N700 Driver Windows 10 As part of the reinstall, I told the installer to set it up as 'ext4' and then it complained about a 'mount point' so I selected "/".
Done what? Now you want to put GRUB on the external disk's MBR, How many disks do you have? If I set my new drive as the boot first drive in BIOS, then the Grub menu will come up and I can choose Windows if I wish or just let https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-us/d/wireless-mobile-mouse-3000 When GRUB is installed on HDD it puts a 'Boot' Flag.
WB0HYQJune 1st, 2013, 10:09 PMI have just done it. Lenovo Mouse Suite Windows 10 BTW linux does not need a boot flag to boot, however windows does. I'll go with that. A great solution to the problem.
Lets hope that someone else, like WB0HYQ confirms this. http://www.solvici.com/web/minnesota-driver-vehicle-services-mn.html Boot into Windows and run 'chdsk' on the ExtHDD. Lenovo Wireless Mouse Driver Check your BIOS for SATA Mode, it should have options like, IDE, AHCI, RAID. Lenovo Bluetooth Mouse Driver Mount the partition with your installed Ubuntu by entering sudo mount /dev/sda? /mnt Important: replace the '?' with the partition where you installed Ubuntu!
Its efficiency level achieves 86% on 20%-100% load range. get redirected here Apply all changes in Gparted. I have the 64-bit version downloading right now (25% done - hour & 45 to go). In any case, I now have a functioning UBUNTU installation. Lenovo Wireless Mouse Driver Windows 10
got there in the end though. I have to go back and boot up the UBUNTU DVD again, get into "use off the DVD", and put the MBR back to get into Windows again. You want to choose the device (location) of bootloader to be sdb, not sda. http://lifesupportal.com/mouse-driver/mouse-driver-xp.php Bill presence1960June 2nd, 2013, 07:00 PMGlad you got everything sorted out Bill.
Refer to your motherboards documentation for which key to press. Lenovo M600 Gaming Mouse Software Similary choose /dev/sdb4 or the Partition with 'all the remaining GB' and Select USE AS=Ext4, MOUNTPOINT=/home, select format. WB0HYQMay 31st, 2013, 01:29 AMGot Windows back.
I know just what to do if it happens again. EDIT: Now that I think about it, I may have not installed the correct version of Ubuntu after all. There is no other option I can see to give me UBUNTU on the partition it created. Lenovo Bluetooth Mouse Pairing Cookie Privacy Sitemap Take a minute and tell us what you think!
So BIOS needs to be adjusted. Select USE AS=Ext4, MOUNTPOINT=/ select Format. One more thing... http://lifesupportal.com/mouse-driver/mouse-drivers.php Then we can get GRUB set up on MBR of external disk (sdb) Either way it will work.
Since I do have Intel MoBo. Once the desktop is ready, Establish Internet connectivity. I just need to fix the mouse problem now. That could be it.
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