HP Envy X2 : Install Ubuntu From USB Disk
After taking a moment to engage in some stress reducing meditation I started the troubleshooting process. ZZs, Feb 4, 2014 #8 Supunz New Member Joined: Feb 3, 2014 Messages: 16 Likes Received: 2 i have two partitions, 50gb on c drive and 10 gb on the recovery in Installation & Setup Hi all, I am new, and I have a question about this. First, MAKE A FULL DISK BACKUP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Source
PLEASE!!! 0 0 RShack Top Student Posts: 3 Member Since: 01-03-2015 Message 8 of 13 (2,806 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HP Envy X2 : Install Ubuntu from USB Disk Options Maybe Steve McIntyres work can be adapted to create 32 bit UEFI install media for Ubuntu. Ｖ字龍(Vdragon) (vdragon) wrote on 2014-10-13: #77 Hi, there's a new "Lemel Lemel" Intel solution TV Choose "Boot from EFI file" Select a drive labeled "EFI". Thus to test this one has to do manual paritioning while installing 32bit installer, leave a small partition (e.g. 200MB) at the front of the disk, formatted as FAT (EFI) partition
And thus i'd expect it to be present on the burned CD/DVD and hence the concern that older 32-bit BIOS can trip on that. I didn't know what else to do... Regards, Dmitrijs. the goal is to install some version of linux on the machine, mainly because the machine is too lame to run Windows well...Apparently, it used to be possible to buy Envy
so a way to boot either linux or Android would be a huge help... I'll do a better job of doing my homework and buy a replacement that doesn't have such a weird configuration.Thanks again for the suggestions. Wait... Which is better: a progress bar or a spinner for a long API call How bad can the second derivative of a convex function be?
Erkin Alp Güney (erkinalp9035) wrote on 2013-04-27: Re: Ubuntu i386 images are not compatible with recent (UEFI) computers #30 We need a fork for this, grub2/i386-efi by default creates invalid entries. Try the cd. Catch-22. I very much appreciate that the developers are finally researching adding proper support for Atom (and, more importantly, 32-bit UEFI), but I think it's absolutely critical that the appropriate information and
You can try to create a new image on the usb from your ISO file. At the moment those machines have no Ubuntu ports known to be in progress. Adv Reply April 18th, 2013 #4 oldfred View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Super Master Roaster Join Date Jun 2009 Location SW Forida BeansHidden! Intel HP 110 Desktop PC Desktop Pre-installed by manufacturer Intel Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
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- Make a new partition labeled "EFI" (about 200 MB of space, FAT32 format).
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- Last edited by s1ln7m4s7r (2013-03-16 19:51:19) Offline #6 2013-03-16 20:19:03 jasonwryan Anarchist From: .nz Registered: 2009-05-09 Posts: 21,149 Website Re: 32 bit UEFI only laptop problems (HP Envy X2) zmb wrote:Edit
- All that needs to happen is the grub install for 64 bit for UEFI needs to include both 32 bit and 64 bit binaries.
- I had to compile Grub2 myself in order to get it working, and I'm still working out wrinkles in it, because manually configuring Grub2 to load an OS is a giant
- Post 706 and 711 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...769482&page=71 Boot-Repair copied /EFI/ubuntu/grubx64.efi to /EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi (in case the BIOS is hard-coded to boot into /EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi or secure boot signed GRUB file shimx64.efi.
Changed in grub2 (Ubuntu): status: Invalid → Confirmed Changed in ubiquity (Ubuntu): status: Invalid → Confirmed status: Confirmed → Invalid Jonathan (miareggeti) on 2013-09-01 Changed in ubiquity (Ubuntu): status: Invalid → I thank anybody who can assist with my issue in advance. out of the two Ubunut was hte only one to even get close with showing a dual boot screen. Developer Survey 2017 results are in.
So far, all we have is private messages and links to things that have nothing to do with this issue...Here's what we need: a way to get an Envy X2 to http://hamlookup.com/hp-envy/hp-envy-windows-7-install-error.html For all other machines, they are 64-bit capable and should be using amd64 media that works for them starting with 12.10 and 12.04.2 LTS releases. Apparently, getting the device to boot from USB has angered a number of people. This option is usually in either the Security tab, the Boot tab, or the Authentication tab.
That way it will install in UEFI mode. Arch + dwm • Mercurial repos • GithubRegistered Linux User #482438 Online #7 2013-03-16 20:30:27 the.ridikulus.rat Member From: Indiana, USA Registered: 2011-10-04 Posts: 765 Re: 32 bit UEFI only laptop problems But i'd like to see a significant market share of 32bit-only-UEFI machines before we do introduce such an image. http://hamlookup.com/hp-envy/how-to-install-windows-7-on-hp-envy-15.html We talked for about 15 minutes.
ONLY PROCEED IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING (which I at the unprofessional point obviously didn't know). Intel HP 14 Notebook PC Laptop Available from ubuntu.com Intel Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. It still wouldn't work.
Then exit sving all changes.-I only started a live session and didn't install the OS.
ClairelyClaire (clairelyclaire) wrote on 2014-07-15: #72 I can't really speak to other devices that I don't own and haven't tried Ubuntu on, but on the one I have (Acer Aspire Switch FredL (f-lahuis) wrote on 2013-04-18: #22 PS . I am considering to spit that task as a separate request to support those machines. CONSEQUENCE: Ubuntu-32bit installer will always try to install Ubuntu in non-UEFI mode (will not create/populate ESP and will install grub-pc).
Also, this is my second hp laptop with this issue. Colin Watson (cjwatson) wrote on 2014-11-18: #86 It's true that it's easier than we previously thought now that it would appear that we only principally need to be concerned with systems The problem isn't really solved, but it's going away, so to speak. So I think everything is being found, I'm just not sure what it's doing after that.
Oddly, the UEFI Boot Order help talks about "When Legacy Support is enabled", but I can't see where to enable such a thing and believe me, I have looked.