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Hibernate is your only option and eventually you will need a fresh reboot and lose the stuff. Hibernation is a literal save of the memory to disk followed by a full system shutdown. It also has an extra step of saving device state. Unlike sleep, it doesn't require power. It is truly a shutdown. When the computer is booted next, windows checks that the ...


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old laptop:-Samsung NP300E5Z-S0AIN with broken screen But main question is how can I completely disable laptop's own display so that it don't even detect it and defaults to external only. So atleast I can see current Bios setting, if something can changed to prevent boot loop. You cannot substitute an external screen in most laptops (95% plus) and so you ...


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You aren't really supposed to put ISO images on USB sticks. Linux distributions build their ISO images in a special way (using the 'isohybrid' tool) to allow for that. Their images have both an El Torito boot structure for CD/DVD boot and a MBR bootsector & an EFI System Partition for disk boot, so the firmware sees whatever it wants to see. Regular ISO ...


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As a general comment, with Windows 10 you don't need to dual-boot in order to try Linux. You could instead install and use Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). If you want to also run graphical applications, upgrade to Windows 11 and ensure you're using WSL version 2. To restore the Windows 10 startup, Run a Startup Repair. You will need a boot USB for Windows ...


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From the photo you added you still have the partitions meaning you can safely restore windows boot loader from recovery mode via the installation media, I recommend searching in Google or YouTube for exact instructions on "how to restore windows boot manager with recovery".


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