I would be grateful for any suggestion might help me, because apart from that, it's working just fine. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either. Quote: Originally Posted by Chadder43 No Problem, Im sorry to everyone for not dedicating the time that I would like to this, but with school full time, and working on the weekends just to survive. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either. Do I really have to spell it out for you guys? So by figuring out what made the CloneZilla image special, paperWastage figured out how to boot Ubuntu Linux. Search in control panel returns nothing as soon as I get to bitl. I has making a system recovery through the windows recovery system and it suddenly stop the process and turned it self down, when I've boot it up, all it comes up is the initial screen and then restarts over and goes on doing the same.
There are not many settings in this Asus bios v304 and there is no legacy mode that I know of. When I turn off secure boot and select the Ubuntu drive it just flashes black and goes back to the bios screen before. Had to open case, disconnect and reconnect the battery and close the case. When you logout of Ubuntu you can shut down or restart the computer. But what if you want to use a different operating system? Getting past the command line. I have my tf101 device plugged into the computer via usb cable and the device will not totally power down but shows the initial eee pad screen. So I did a new hard reset but nothing.
I may have been able to delete that file but hadn't found a way. Told to disable bitlocker and start over. The screen resolution will be stuck at 800 x 600, which could look funny. When I turn off secure boot and select the Ubuntu drive it just flashes black and goes back to the bios screen before. But developer that did boot.
Been trying to do this for a few months. There are not many settings in this Asus bios v304 and there is no legacy mode that I know of. There are some options that will reinstall Windows or even wipe your data. By either using Grub 2 in Ubuntu or a version of Hackintosh. Â Do not press Vol+. To Launch Ubuntu Swipe in from the right, and click on Settings.
The only difference is you can use the keyboard and touchpad to make your selections, but not the touchscreen. You drive is hardly empty. It's certainly a non-trivial process. Obviously the disk is there because it shows the total size and free space. Still, the issue is mainly with the distro itself, as shown by the limitations shown in this video, because developers need to get a hold of the actual hardware to properly develop drivers, etc. I've learned that from a lot of years running Gentoo Linux.
Make sure to be careful when playing around with the Advanced options menus. It's certainly a non-trivial process. Really unsure what i need to do. First opening can be a little longer than usual. That file denied me access to subfolders like user. It was working fine when I put it in storage and now, even with a full charge, all I get it a blank screen on boot up.
Has anyone tried to use ndiswrapper for the windows drivers? The only solution i can find online is to change to ahci mode but its already set to that, the only option in the sata config menu. Has anyone tried to use ndiswrapper for the windows drivers? It maxed out at 23. These button combinations can change on different modals. Thank you for share your work. Been trying to do this for a few months. Can you please provide me the link to this article? The problem is a little deeper. Booting Ubuntu on the Asus Transformer Book T100 The first thing we need to do is disable secure boot on the Transformer Book.
Thank you for your quick response. . 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 have written to Asus and since it is out of warranty, all of their options involve spending more money on it. Is there something I can do? It ships with Windows 8.
There are not many settings in this Asus bios v304 and there is no legacy mode that I know of. Choose the one that says Troubleshoot. I'm Trying to Dual Boot on my Asus T100 Tablet. I suspect the hackers put a large file on the disk to use up space to make recovery difficult. First opening can be a little longer than usual. The Fujitsu Q584, though, is a elite Enterprise class product. I think if you follow the instructions in the posting you should be able to get some sort of Linux to boot.
You can do a clean install of Windows on an empty drive with no partitions. Boots up fine on those. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either. Has anybody got any suggestions to revive this or am I going to be better off putting a new tablet on my black Friday shopping list? 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. I was fortunate that I could delete stuff to free up room.