have windows 8 pre installed on my hp laptop, i downloaded linux ubuntu but whenever i try and run ubuntu i keep getting the same error message: oxc000007b. I tried deleting it so that i could reinstall the software and then was given another error message which was: ox80004002.
I am looking to download an ISO of Windows 8.1 so that, in the future, I do not have to go through the process of first installing Windows 8.0 and then downloading Windows 8.1 and installing it.
I have found pages on the web dated around April 2014 that describe a process that involves beginning the download for Windows 8.0 ISO, canceling the download after it starts, and then attempting to download Windows 8.1. However, it appears that Microsoft has nullified this trick by since requiring that you put in your Windows 8.1 key when attempting to download the Windows 8.1 ISO.
I wonder if i could hook up my new Kingston SSDNOW W300 120Gb ssd to my main computer with windows 8 ( Crappy 1Tb Seagate SSHD ) And install linux on the ssd. So when me and my friends motherboard finaly arrive i will be able to just hook up the ssd and go right into linux?
Also I want to be able to temporarily play around in linux with the main computer ( Boot into linux instead of win 8. ) to play around and install the things i want.
I dual boot Windows 8.1 and linux, and I was wondering how to boot into the windows BIOS. I would like to enable virtualization so that I can run 64 bit virtual machines, but it does not give me the option to boot into the BIOS. No pressing Esc, delete, F11, or F12 boots me into the BIOS. I was not able to boot into the BIOS even before dual booting.
Have a sony viao laptop with Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3632QM.
I have a pc with linux mint 16 but i want to remove it in order to install win 8. I have tried to run Windows 8 installation throu USB but it cannot proceed since the hard drive is not in NTSF mode. How do I change this and proceed with Windows 8 install? Its not possible to format the hard drive from the USB installer. I tried.
I've been messing with lubuntu and backtrack and decided to install Backtrack5 on my laptop(Lenovo N586). I couldn't boot into windows 8.1 after installing Backtrack5 R3, but I had no problem booting into backtrack(I think I made a mistake of installing backtrack bootloader in the same place where Windows bootloader was...). I was able to boot into windows 8.1 after fixing the windows bootloader, but this time I couldn't boot into backtrack5. I wanted to start fresh and uninstalled Backtrack5 using boot-repair-disk. And ever since I uninstalled the backtrack5, I cannot boot into anything unless I use live linux usb. I've literally tried almost everything I could find in the past a couple of days on the internet including the forum. It says my hard drive is locked and I don't really have any available options that actually work(like refresh, start up repair, diagnostic, reinstall, nothing works). Windows 7 recovery CD didn't work saying I am using different version of OS, so I should use different recovery CD.
I am clean installing Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu on a friends new laptop and although I have taken Clonezilla images of partitions on my personal laptop should I ever need them I was hoping there was something more user friendly I could install on my friend's laptop. Anarethos Recovery Toos with Media Creator seems to be what I am after but I am not sure if that will mess up the boot settings or even completely remove Linux.
Ideally I am looking for something that can be launched by holding a hotkey down at boot. When launched it will offer to restore the main Windows 8.1 system partition (GPT) with all drivers and programs installed exactly how it is when I hand it over, and if possible offer to restore the Ubuntu /home partion. The crux is that Windows can be restored without affecting Ubuntu.
I really want to dual boot Windows 8.1 with Kali Linux. ~ 64 bit.
I'm having a lot of doubts about it. A lot of people write that their Windows 8.1 system got, excuse my language, ****ed up. They say it's because of OEM/UEFI & so forth.
I'm unfortunately not so experienced with dual booting so i wouldn't really know what to do. What's the problem with Windows 8.1 & Linux, what do I need to do in order to install it successfully without errors?
So I have linux ubuntu on my little homemade computer and finally was able to get a copy of windows 8.1 and how to just get rid of my ubuntu machine and boot windows I'm not trying to dual boot I just want to have windows on my computer finally.
Windows 8 problems. How to easily and quickly download selected photos from my camera. When I tried it was taking forever as the system seemed to be going through opening every single photo on my camera and I gave up waiting. I just want to be able to download the latest ones not all of the ones I have on my camera.
Blue screen of death after installing comme view for wifi, issue - Microsoft Community
i installed software (comm view for wifi) but after that my pc is going to blue screen of death ,after that i unistalled the app but i see its look like comme view for wifi changed my wirless adaptor name to another name and my pc again its going to blue screen of death...
yesterday i was think that comme view for wifi not was unistalled complitly and i installed comme view for wifi again and deleted with software (perfect unistaller) but after that i see this new problems in my windows... many of my app is not showing but files of app still in c:/program files....
recycle bin folder is gone
change pc option is not opening
when i install new programs not coming with apps
i decided to refresh my pc after that most problem was fixed but i got diffrent bsod
the bsod came while i downloading big files like 100 mb from internet
I got a Laptop pre-installed with Windows 8, but i deleted it and installed a Linux distro because its better for what i do. BUT i love gaming, and gaming on Linux is difficult. So i want to re-install Wondows 8.
Where can i download Windows 8 64bit legally? I know how to burn to disk and install with the key saved on my Laptop.
I have a problem in my dual boot machine. I decided to remove Linux mint 17 from my dual boot with windows 8. I used easeus partition manager to delete the partitions associated (root, home and swap). Then I got unallocated space just before my windows partition. So I moved my windows partition to the extreme left possible. Then I merged this unallocated space with my second storage partition.
These steps required reboot (specifically the moving of windows partition). When I rebooted my PC I got an error that grub was not found. I realized that I had forgot to fix MBR and load windows boot loader. So I used windows 7 recovery disk (yes windows 7 as I don't have windows8 recovery or installation disk). I got a windows 7 style boot loader instead of windows 8's graphical one which has advanced recovery options built in. But I proceeded. Then eases did its job with the partitions. After a reboot now I am stuck at a black screen after entering my password with a movable mose cursor. I can only press Ctrl+alt+del. Selecting task manager from it does nothing.
Since I don't have windows 8 disks and windows 8 boot loader I am not able to refresh or reset my PC. Neither can I shift restart my PC to get advanced boot options. One more thing to note, that while entering password, I noticed that the lock screen and account pictures have changed to defaults of a freshly installed windows.
i installed windows 8.1 RTM BUT when i start download anything using IDM few seconds windows show my lock screen although i adjust my power options to never (Turn off display or put computer to sleep). What is the cause of this problem?
I tried to set up a dual boot, Windows 8.1 and Linux Zorin 8 on a new Lenovo desktop. I setup the partition first in Windows and then loaded Zorin per the instructions here: [URL].....
Everything seemed to go OK but in the end I didn't end up with the grub boot loader, so I can only boot into Windows. Now I ended up loosing 20% of my hard drive which is now unallocated space that I can't figure out how to reclaim into my hard drive. I tried deleting the partition but it's still there and there was no option to expand volume.