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  1. Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    That bit is quite straightforward: for some reason, your Windows install was done using Legacy BIOS; possibly because it was Windows 7 initially. UEFI is quite recent, after all.

    The reason you...
  2. Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    That's a pain. Can you get hold of something that isn't capable of booting in UEFI mode? Ubuntu should still install fine. In my case, it was a USB SD card reader. Otherwise, this page suggests that...
  3. Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    Not necessarily. It depends on the mode of the device that was used to install it, at the time that it was installed. My install uses BIOS rather than UEFI because the card reader I used to install...
  4. Re: Installing Ubuntu from USB in legacy mode

    FWIW, my understanding is that if the installer is booted as a UEFI device, the installation will be done as an EFI install. If it's booted as a Legacy device, the installation is done as a Legacy...
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