I have never had issues dual booting my Windows machines with Ubuntu (pre Windows 10). I made my bootable USB, started working through the Ubuntu live installer but when it came time to allocate disk-space, Windows wasn't showing up and I received the message "This computer currently has no detected operating systems".
I dove back in to my BIOS to double check both secure boot and fast boot were disabled - they were.
I then went back in to my Boot Options and saw that there were in fact 2 lables for my bootable USB, one for UEFI and another for Legacy.
When I attempted to select the UEFI version of the USB, the screen would go black for a second, then return back to the same Boot Options page. Clicking the "KingstoDataTraveler G3", my USB would fire up as described above (claiming no other operating systems were on the HD).
From what I gather, installing from UEFI is mandatory for W8/W10 machines for dual booting as described on the Ubuntu Doc site.
Any idea how I can get things up and running?
PC Specs: Asus MOBO x97, Current OS: W10, Desired dual-boot OS: Ubuntu 14.04