ubuntu install in LVM

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  1. frank55

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    HI Guys; i installed win 10 first and then i installed Ubuntu in LVM, It boots strait to Ubuntu, how do i set it to boot either Ubuntu or Win 10,thanks
     
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  3. frank55

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    Thanks nerdegutta,i installed first Win 10 on 500gb HDD and then i proceed to install ubuntu 14.04 as i always do but this time i was not offered to install Ubuntu along side win, gave me LVM or{others} option, then i update grub and it gives me a menu to choose one or the other,
    now how i get win 1o back?
     
  4. frank55

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    Is this true?


    http://www.gev.com/2015/03/windows-10-might-not-allow-you-to-use-dual-boot/
     
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  6. frank55

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    Thanks Joey; i wonder if you have an easy guide on how to install Ubuntu along side Win10.
    i have installed on one of my other Machines Win XP and then linux along side winxp, and i just update grub and it gives me the option of booting either one,but in this Lenovo Cpu 2400 I5, and after i install wIN 10 TP ,it doesn't give me option the Along side,it Gives option eraise,VLM, or others.
    do you know if i install Win 7 then Ubuntu the update grub and then when i boot to win 7 i uprade to win 10TP?
     
  7. joeyd999

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    As much as I would love to help you, I run Linux exclusively these days. The last dual boot I've done was Win 7.

    You may have better luck on Ubuntu oriented forums.
     
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  9. frank55

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    Well nothing lost there, since i prefer to only use Ubuntu 14.04 over any Win OPS.
     
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