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How to install linux (BackBox) and windows on the same computer? [duplicate]

I have a Dell 1564. I want to install back-box a Debian based flavor of Linux. I don't really wish to dual boot like switching between operating systems, but I do wish to run either at choice from ...
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Can't boot live USB of Linux Mint DE on my UEFI PC

I used the Universal USB Installer application to copy the latest ISO image from Linux Mint DE (64 bits) and install it on my PC, however when I try to reboot it I have the option to choose my ...
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I messed up my EFI boot, what do I do?

I have Debian Wheezy installed on my computer using EFI boot. It used Grub2 as the bootloader. I then decided to install Arch Linux, using EFI as well, on another partition and chose Grub bootloader ...
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Installing Arch Linux with UEFI Boot and GPT Layout

I'm trying to set up a dual UEFI boot Windows/Arch Linux, and have already installed Windows on a GPT layout through UEFI boot. I now want to fresh install Arch Linux using GPT layout as well, and was ...
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Boot Linux from UEFI BIOS

I'm porting UEFI BIOS. I'd like to download an Linux image (bzImage) to system memory by TFTP in my UEFI shell, and then boot the OS directly. I know we generally need another bootloader to do that. ...
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Getting error opening Windows. Error 1: Filename must be either an absolute pathname or blocklist

I've installed CentOS 6.4 on UEFI machine. Created /boot/efi partition and installed grub in it. But when I open Other in the grub menu I get this error: Error 1: Filename must be either an ...
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Cent OS 6.4 UEFI Dual boot

I have Windows 8 installed on UEFI BIOS. When i installed Cent OS, installation went smoothly and then after restarting, Windows booted normally like there's no Linux installed. I know it's something ...
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Any chance to fix dual boot not having to turn UEFI on and off to switch OS?

I had a single Linux hard drive with LUKS partitions. Linux was installed in legacy mode, but it worked with UEFI option turned on later. I decided to install a Windows 8 on a second hard drive. So I ...
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Problem at booting Windows from GRUB2 menu made by Debian for itself

I've Asus UEFI motherboard with 2 hard disks, (hd0) and (hd1). I managed to make my Debian Wheezy on my second disk bootable using grub-efi and it boots OK. I also have Windows on the first disk, ...
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Installing the kernel EFI stub loader in kernel 3.2?

Kernel EFI stub loader support was added in kernel 3.3, but I'm stuck on 3.2 running an Ubuntu 12.04 64bit distribution. Is there a way for me to somehow bring that stub loader support into my kernel?