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Questions about installing elementary OS in any supported architecture. Post-installation questions should not be under this tag.

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If it supports Ubuntu then it supports Elementary OS as well (Loki is based on Xenial). I believe that it should work properly. However, I see that some models support only 32-bit systems - Loki i …
answered Feb 1 '17 by Dysproz
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I assume that you organised partitions properly in earlier part of installation. I had that problem, because windows 10 is not shutting down when you shutdown it from start menu/any icon that is mean …
answered Feb 10 '17 by Dysproz
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Just download iso from elementary OS and make bootable USB or CD. Boot your computer from USB/CD and choose install elementary OS. The you'll have an option to install elementary OS alongside other s …
answered Jan 10 '17 by Dysproz
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I had that problem too. I solved it that way: In /boot/open configuration file and uncomment disable_overscan=1 (if this parameter is 0 then set it to 1). Below you have overscan_left, overscan_righ …
answered Jan 15 '17 by Dysproz
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Yes, of course :) Just download elementary and make it bootable on USB or CD. Then boot it and click install. Following the instructions, you'll come to step where you can decide if you want to erase …
answered Jan 14 '17 by Dysproz
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Probably you need to change default bootloader to grub. Enter BIOS setup page and find tab where you can change default bootloader to grub. Probably right now you have windows boot loader set as def …
answered Jul 8 '17 by Dysproz