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November 30th, 2012, 11:57 PM
Lately I'm nervous to go with Ubuntu.
I used it as my only OS since version 8.04 until 11:10 when I started having problems every time I went to install it.
A year ago I'm on Windows because everything I try to install on my machine goes wrong, until the LTS version is unstable.
I downloaded Ubuntu 12.10 and now tried to boot.
1 - First problem:
"Secure Boot not enabled"
I tried a few things on the internet nothing intuitive, a few things here ... other there ... did not find anything that explained clearly. So I risked moving into BIOS and found a property called more or less "Quick Boot", I enabled.
I tried booting again and again the message appeared, but instead of freezing the system as before, allowed me to go to the Grub.
2 - Second problem:
I chose the option "Try without installing" and came another error like this: "Error on reading from cd'0 0x5b55 sector." He spends a few seconds and gives a "Kernel Panic"
I've done a CD and the md5 matches the hash informed on the Ubuntu website, the CD is intact.
I downloaded Ubuntu 12.10 x64.
My machine is a notebook CCE
i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00 GHz
4 GB DDR3 1333
HM65 Express Chipset Family
HD 500GB Hitachi
bios-vendor: Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
baseboard-manufacturer: Intel Corp.
baseboard-product-name: Emerald Lake
Thanks for listening,
December 1st, 2012, 12:48 AM
Turn off quick boot as that almost always causes issues.
Is system configured for the new UEFI or older BIOS boot? Unless you have the new Windows 8, you should not have secure boot. Only the 64 bit version of 12.10 works with secure boot. If Windows is UEFI you have to boot Ubuntu in UEFI mode.
Post this to see if drive has efi partition as first partition for UEFI or not. Also if drive is gpt then Windows will only boot in UEFI mode.
sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print
If you have sdb also run that.
December 1st, 2012, 03:00 AM
Ok, I turned off quick boot.
I have Windows 7 and the Ubuntu 12.04 in may machine.
The result is it:
gustavo@gustavo-pc:~$ sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print
Modelo: ATA Hitachi HTS54505 (scsi)
Disco /dev/sda: 976773168s
Tamanho de setor (lógico / Físico): 512B/512B
Tabela de Partição: gpt
Número Início Fim Tamanho Sistema de arquivos Nome Sinalizador
1 2048s 206847s 204800s fat32 EFI system partition boot
2 206848s 468991s 262144s Microsoft reserved partition msftres
3 468992s 204802047s 204333056s ntfs Basic data partition
4 204802048s 400114548s 195312501s ext4
5 400114549s 556364549s 156250001s ext4
6 556364550s 564177050s 7812501s linux-swap(v1)
7 564177051s 976772754s 412595704s ext4
Thank for you attention.:P
December 1st, 2012, 06:45 AM
You have the new UEFI system as Windows is install in UEFI with gpt partitions.
You have to install the 64 bit version in UEFI mode. But even if you did not Boot-Repair will convert a 64 bit BIOS type install to UEFI by uninstalling grub-pc and installing grub-efi.
Grub also has a bug in creating a chain load entry for Windows. It still creates a BIOS version when with UEFI you need an efi version. Boot_Repair will also fix that.
Post the link to the BootInfo report that this creates. Is part of Boot-Repair:
Boot Repair -Also handles LVM, GPT, separate /boot and UEFI dual boot.:
You can repair many boot issues with this or 'Create BootInfo' report (Other Options) & post the link it creates, so we can see your exact configuration and diagnose advanced problems.
Install in Ubuntu liveCD or USB or Full RepairCD with Boot-Repair (for newer computers)
If all the fixes do not work post link to full BootInfo Report so we can see all the details.
UEFI Ubuntu installs in BIOS, Boot-Repair to fix - UEFI Windows 7
UEFI dual boot trouble: Win7x64 - Ubuntu 12.04 LTS amd64
UEFI screen shots with choice to boot
December 1st, 2012, 12:36 PM
Thank you but my Windows is not EFI?
December 1st, 2012, 05:52 PM
First partition is FAT which usually is UEFI partition.
And with gpt partitioning Windows only boots in UEFI mode. Your partitioning is gpt.
December 9th, 2012, 04:12 PM
I have the same problem:
- I have a Sony Vaio series S with Windows 7 installed
- Windows uses EFI
- I burned ubuntu-12.10-desktop-amd64.iso; the md5 is fine
- trying to boot from the DVD causes error reading sector from cd0, and then kernel panic (as above)
I can get BootInfo as follows:
- switch the laptop from UEFI to Legacy
- now the CD boots, and I can install&run boot-repair
- the report is at http://paste.ubuntu.com/1421108/
I want to dual-boot, so leaving the laptop in the legacy (non-UEFI) mode is not an option.
EDIT: Except, I just noticed that I get an error about sector 0x5b500 (not 0x5b55).
December 9th, 2012, 05:35 PM
The following worked for me:
1. Put laptop in legacy (non-UEFI) boot mode.
2. Install Ubuntu. You must setup the partitions manually, because the installer does not recognize the Windows OS (because Windows uses EFI, and the installer only looks for legacy stuff).
3. Switch Ubuntu to EFI mode, as described here:
The best hint you might need to go thru steps 1-3 above is probably the message "error reading from sector 0x5b500" while trying to boot the installation CD.
December 15th, 2012, 12:41 PM
Thanks olfred for the help but I do not quite understand. I have just resolved as follows:
* - I enabled "Quick boot".
* - I created a bootable SD-Card and installed by him.
I have not had problems like this and I'm using Ubuntu now.
Thanks to all!:guitar:
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