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P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-02, 8:44 AM

Hei.

Is there any quide how to install dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1 with Windows 10?

1. I shrinked the C: volume.
2. Created bootable USB: https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-create-a-bootable-ubuntu-18-04-bionic-usb-stick-on-linux
3. GRUB boot menu works, but if i select install then i get stuck in console. ACPI Error: AE_NOT_FOUND and ima: Error Communicating to TPM chip, result -16 shows up.

Any ideas ?
I also tried this: https://www.dell.com/support/article/ee/en/eebsdt1/sln306327/manual-nomodeset-kernal-boot-line-option-for-linux-booting?lang=en
But no help still stuck after selecting install from GRUB. The TPM error goes away but ACPI Error stays and new info is printed "CPU6: Core temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled."

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-02, 15:01 PM
Resolved it.
Found out that i needed to turn off Secure Boot and UEFI from BIOS.
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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-07, 13:53 PM

I am going to use this Bootit UEFI from www.terabyteunlimited.com, and it will give me everything I need and more.  So I can also have Dual Boot plus great backup's fof the OS's.

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-21, 20:06 PM

Have you succssfully installed the Ubuntu to your P52? I am struggling with the touchpad and the GPU.

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 14:44 PM

 

 

 

I was at a window where I had to do the following:

1. Disabled Secure boot

2. Disabled Hybrid graphics 

 

 

Now I didn't know what option to choose next and I was conserned...  What I should do next... Any suggestions?

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 16:10 PM
I installed Ubuntu without disable Secure boot.
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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 16:25 PM

Did you have to disable the hybrid video card?

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 16:38 PM
Yes unfortunately I had to disable.
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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 16:43 PM

So does that mean if you boot into windows you can't use your Nvidia video card at all?

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Re: P52 Windows 10 dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.1

2018-08-27, 17:19 PM
I had to switch to discrete GPU inorder to install the Ubuntu because the installer does not start using hybrid mode. The goal is that the switch back to hybrid mode after installation.

Hybrid means the OS can use both the integrated and discrete GPU. If you do not use GPU intensive application (3D software, video games) the OS will use the integrated GPU to lower the power consumption. But, if you play video game then the OS will switch to the discrete GPU to provide you the best performance.

Discrete only means the OS will only use the discrete GPU even if you do not need it, and it will consume more power and generate more heat!
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