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EDIT: The reason that the Windows 10 Boot manager doesn't work with f8, is because it has been disabled by Microsoft. to Re-enable it, follow these steps. (you will need a recovery DVD or partition available for your Windows 10 installation) Power on your PC. Use the appropriate key(s) to enter into the BIOS setup. Configure your PC’s BIOS to use your ...


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I had the same problem and I like to share the solution that worked for me. First of all I have a Dell Inspiron Mini, Windows 7 Starter, No CD-Drive (is a Net Book). The Steps I followed were these: Connect a external DVD-Drive. In Bios Setup use the option to start from CD-DVD Use your System Recovery Disk(s), or run the System recovery from the ...


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I had this issue also (I'm on Windows 7, but the issue is identical). Many sources have found that KB2976978 has been re-released numerous times; it's likely that the version of the patch you have is an older release with glitchy behavior. Uninstall it from appwiz.cpl and reboot. Windows Update will re-offer it next time it checks for updates. I went ahead ...


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Try creating a new usb installation drive containing windows 8.1 and perform an installation. Later restore from the recovery drive created earlier. Can you share a screenshot of the blue screen error.


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Parallels can use a Boot Camp Windows install as a virtual OS inside OS X - so long as you shut it down rather than suspend, when you've finished; otherwise it won't boot from Boot Camp next time.


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You almost have it with your awk invocation. A few small tweaks should be enough. awk '$1 ~ /^\/dev\// && $2 == "/" { print $1 }' /proc/self/mounts The $1 ~ /^\/dev\// part requires that any satisfying line names a device somewhere under /dev. Now all we need is a mapping from the device UUID name to the kernel-assigned name, which is easy since ...



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