How to Dual boot Windows and Linux Ubuntu on same computer

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😼 Hardware information

HD0: HitachiHDS721010CLA332(932GB) aywusq
HD1: M4-CT256M4SSD2(238GB)

HD0:
C:\ 300 GB NTFS, Windows system
D:\ 310 GB NTFS
/opt: 321 GB ext4, Ubuntu

HD1: Install Ubuntu

😸 BIOS Settings

AMI BIOS Version V1.7

Press Delete key on booting to enter CMOS Setup Utility

Integrated Peripherals, Enable USB Device Legacy Support

Please Note: Disable USB Device Legacy Support after Installation

🍮 Prepare Installation

Run diskpart on HD0:

diskpart
list disk
select disk 0
clean
create partition primary size=307200
create partition extended
create partition logical size=317440
create partition logical
list partition
select partition 1
active
format fs=ntfs quick
select partition 2
format fs=ntfs quick

Prepare Usb boot disk(USB PE):

Download a PE, for example: 【2014-05-04 最后修正不管版】hhh333的多模多启PE

Using Ultra ISO to write the downlaoded iso to a 8 GB usb disk

Windows ISO file:

  • Download en_windows_8.1_with_update_x64_dvd_4065090.iso

  • Verify the hash value of en_windows_8.1_with_update_x64_dvd_4065090.iso

    • File Checksum Integrity Verifier Utility

      Navigate to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841290 to download it

    • Run commands:

      fciv.exe en_windows_8.1_with_update_x64_dvd_4065090.iso -sha1

      SHA1: 4652DC6EBFEBE02C6A63E167C36E3FAEDFB93999 aywusq

  • Copy ISO file to a USB disk(Windows 8.1 USB disk)

🗻 Install Windows on HD0

  • Insert USB PE stick into computer USB port

  • Insert Windows 8.1 usb stick into USB

  • Boot computer, Press F11 to select boot device, select to boot from the USB PE stick

    • Select Windows 8 x64 PE
    • Copy Windows 8.1 ISO file to D:\ and mount it
  • Run WinNTSetup_x64

    • Select Windows Vista/7/8/2008/2012
    • Select install.wim position: DVD Drive\sources\install.wim
    • Boot Drive: C:
    • Install to dick: C:
    • Version: Windows 8.1 Pro
    • Start Installing Windows 8.1 Pro
    • Reboot to finish Installation

🐰 Install Ubuntu on HD1

create a bootable USB stick on Windows:

Boot computer from USB stick:

Installation:

  • Try Ubuntu without installation
  • Install Ubuntu LTS
  • Language: English
  • Installatio Type: Somthing else

  • Select sda, Click New Partition Table...

  • Select free space (256060MB)
  • Click + to create partition:
    • Size: 200 MB
    • primary
    • Mount point: /boot
    • sda1
  • Click + to create partition:
    • Size: 8000 MB
    • logical
    • Use as: swap area
    • sda5
  • free space, Click + to create partition:
    • Size: all
    • primary
    • Ext4
    • Mount point /
    • sda3
  • Create partition on sdb6
    • Size: all
    • Ext4
    • Mount point /opt
  • Device foot boot loader Installation: sda3
  • Where are you? Click the map to select a city
  • Unplug USB stick when rebooting
  • Set Bios first boot disk to Ubuntu which is HD1

Note: This main board does not support uefi boot

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