Updating bios in ubuntu


05-May-2019 06:01

There are two ways you can do this — by using Windows’ Disk Management Tools (which you can find by right clicking on “You’ll generally find two or three partitions already on your hard drive – these are all related to your Windows installation.

Simply shrink down the largest of these partitions by however much space you want to give your Ubuntu installation.

Ubuntu will install GRUB to your MBR, which can allow you to choose between Ubuntu and Windows during each boot.

If you saw a black and white selection screen, then your system used EFI to boot the media.

Please note whether you saw a purple screen with a small keyboard icon at the bottom center or a black and white selection menu while the media loads, as this is important later.

Then choose the EFI partition, and make its mount point be Then continue to create your Linux partition(s) (and swap partition if desired), and finish with the installation.

An EFI version of GRUB will be installed which will allow you to choose between Windows and Ubuntu during each boot.

There are now two different ways for you to install Ubuntu — a simple, automated manner that takes care of everything for you, or a manual process that gives you more control. The installer has come so far now that there’s very little that you actually have to do by yourself.

Once the media finishes loading, it’ll ask you whether you’d like to try or install Ubuntu.Also don’t forget that if you’ll end up having more than four partitions, you’ll first need to make an extended partition that spans across all of the unallocated space on your hard drive before creating the Linux and swap partitions within the extended partition.