I'll send a screenshot in a few minutes. Choose the one that says Troubleshoot. It's certainly a non-trivial process. Still thank you for your help, I'll probably follow your advice getting a micro sd and putting programs on it. Or is there some alternative? I'm Trying to Dual Boot on my Asus T100 Tablet. It ships with Windows 8. One of my barriers to just getting a lightweight tablet and being done with it has been the fact that its difficult to put linux on them.
I have tried disabling Secure Boot Control but it didn't have any effect when I restarted. At least that's what happened when i went there. The format must be fat32. It doesn't mention anything about the flash drive. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either.
Use the arrow keys to get to the Security tab. Till now I still haven't got windows loader to boot up, ubuntu will load but errors out on installing grub2. It sounds like you wiped the boot record off that drive. While it works, go to the wizard that comes with Windows 8. I was angry when I posted them and it had nothing to do with the conversation but something else that was going on with my work and I was already frustrated when I made the replies. You can do a clean install of Windows on an empty drive with no partitions.
But what if you want to use a different operating system? Preparing a bootable Ubuntu 13. Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please. There are not many settings in this Asus bios v304 and there is no legacy mode that I know of. Does anyone have any idea? Are you using the latest versions of the ipxe files? There are a ridiculous number of long updates to get it current once you do. The hackers did everything they could to make it hard to recover the use of the tablet in an attempt to extort money for them to fix it. Like I said the only thing that I can change is the time and date.
To add, the tablet can have Android Apps installed in it as well. Yes, I have disabled secure boot. But that's basically the entire problem. His instructions were to wipe data and revive notebook. If you have a step-by-step that works on this Asus, can you give some pointers to the HowTo because I've tried everything I can think off and still no luck. By either using Grub 2 in Ubuntu or a version of Hackintosh. You can do this on a windows box or a linux box.
Warning: The recovery partition can only be visible twice. . If the system is giving you a chance to restart instead of shutdown when the error appears, try holding the 'shift' key as it restarts to check if the advanced startup menu appears. I may have been able to delete that file but hadn't found a way. The system would then only boot to bios. The 32 bit x86 standard that laptops use is called i386 and was developed by intel. BitLocker don't work in that state.
All I can do is to force a shutdown using the power button and try again, but it the same thing could also happen on the second or third try. I think if you follow the instructions in the posting you should be able to get some sort of Linux to boot. Were trying to image 250 t100 tablets we have. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. The Fujitsu Q584, though, is a elite Enterprise class product.
There are some options that will reinstall Windows or even wipe your data. Been trying to do this for a few months. A moment later, you should see the full Ubuntu Unity desktop environment. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. There are no options for selecting legacy boot. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. I'm also in contact with the Asus support tech to see what is the chance of booting in a Legacy mode but the solutions they replied isn't working.
Also updated the bios to the latest version, after seeing a simillar situation on an Eeebook earlier verion. I would greatly prefer that the drive not be dead, but. Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Asus is supposedly sending me the recovery key but I'm pretty sure it won't work because it'll be the same one I wrote down and I think hackers changed that code. I have same problem, wiped windows to put in full install of Ubuntu, had to disable decrypt, disable secure boot and put bootia32. Disabling secure boot has no effect on booting from other devices.