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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Have you accessed your BIOS to see if Windows is in fact installed in Legacy / UEFI mode?

    I know having to reinstall Windows will be a pain but unless Windows is installed in UEFI it may be the...
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Catkiller, Good points that is correct, the OP would have to access the BIOS to see what mode the machine is booting in then install Ubuntu in the same mode
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Try using USB installer to create your bootable USB https://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/

    If you can boot Windows and it loads you can install Ubuntu the same way,...
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    I have always used the Linux image writer, tool for all my USB drives, you are trying to dual boot correct?
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Yes he can boot and install Ubuntu into Legacy mode along with Windows, I had that setup like that for sometime until I got tired of Windows
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Debian is another Linux operation system you can read about it here, https://www.debian.org/intro/about#what

    The setup is much different then Ubuntu and for new users it can be problematic trying...
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    I'm a bit confused about this section of your post, you mention Debian, what version of Ubuntu are you trying to install or are you trying to install Debian? it has been my experience when installing...
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