This way, if things go wrong, you still have a last chance of recovery.
In the first tab you can eliminate/hide non desired options, so that the menu will only show the options you want.
At this point you should make sure that you select the correct disk that corresponds to the USB drive.And then also a System Image.The new secure boot feature of Windows 8, originally intended for security feature for rootkit viruses, prevents dual booting of Windows with Linux.In Windows.1, do the following: From the left sidebar, go to Update and recovery.In the partition table use the free space to create the following partitions: - Biosgrub 16MB is ample, also listed as Reserved bios boot area - swap around 1 to 2 x the size of RAM - doesn't seem necessary with an SSD - root.boot System boot installation, size: Arround 300 MB should be enough.DVD ISO image, such as a, uSB bootable drive, you must create a bootable.The next step is the most important one, because you will now configure your system partitions.Once you have burned CentOS DVD ISO image or prepared a bootbale USB drive using Unetbootin utility, place the DVD/USB image into your machine DVD drive or USB port, restart the computer and enter uefi settings in order to instruct the machine to boot from.Considering Windows makes use of Secure Boot, wont that hamper your ability to boot both platforms?
Besides, supporting companies that are geared specifically for Linux and open source software is a win-win on every level.
Step 5: Disable secureboot in Windows 10 and.1 This is the most important step.
There are various prerequisites to install Ubuntu on a uefi system.If, however, your machine runs Windows 8, getting to the Secure Boot toggle isnt quite that simple.If you need more hints, follow this screenshot tutorial to disable fast startup in Windows.(This might not be needed anymore, haven't tried it in a while).Another mention I would like to remind you stands for machines that comes pre-installed with Windows 8.1 Operating System and a single partition.