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Installing Ubuntu/Linux on Lenovo Ideapad 100 Series!!

Publicado: 28 Mar 2019, 06:35
por aapn77
I have no idea if this goes against the rules and if it does I apologize. The main reason I'm posting this here is for others like me that couldn't find a definite solution to installing Ubuntu on a Lenovo Ideapad (Specifically the 110s).

The 110s is a great cheap laptop, but of course Windows slows it down to a halt. Eventually it got to a point where I didn't have enough space on the laptop to install an update for Windows. So, after weeks of searching for a solution, I somehow by luck managed to install Linux Mint on it. I have no clue how, though. That was about 4 months ago. Fast forward to about a week and a half ago. Out of nowhere, Linux Mint decided it wasn't going to boot up. I have no clue why this happened, and unfortunately I managed to screw up the computer even more by trying random solutions left and right. Now onto why I made this post

Re: Installing Ubuntu/Linux on Lenovo Ideapad 100 Series!!

Publicado: 29 Mar 2019, 01:31
por Titanic_1912
Well, lets try first the "easy" method to install Ubunu, or linux mint, in your Lenovo Ideapad.

1.Download Ubuntu or Linux Mint ISO for AMD64 systems.
2.Put the ISO into one USB thumb drive, using for example Rufus software under Windows.
Check the following picture.
3.When the process is complete, put the USB Thumb Drive in your Lenovo, power up, and fastly press F2 (I think these is the correct key to access into the UEFI/BIOS), and change the boot order to boot using the USB Thumb Drive.
4.Install Linux normaly and enjoy.

If you have any questions or any problem, please feel free to post. ;)