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Linux install from the USB-Device?

rograming
Level 7
I wanted to install Linux from my USB to my new Laptop (G751T-T7005H), but i can't find the Boot Menu in the startup. So, how can i instal Linux (preffered Mint - i worked wih it in the past) on this Laptop?

Thanks for all answers!
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neutum
Level 7
DUAL-BOOT Windows/LINUX on UEFI
ITS easy ! When your LINUX-DISTRO supports it :rolleyes:
( for Ubuntu its since Version 12.xxx )

everything works ! but u must install in GPT-UEFI - MODE 😄

ON Windows:
PUSH the the linux-install.ISO AS --> GPT-UEFI --< into a fresh USB-DEVICE !
With a tool like RUFUS see PICTURE

REBOOT:
( press n hold F2 Make your PC-BIOS ready for USB if its NOT )
press n hold ESC -> boot your UEFI : LINUX-INSTALL-USB

Install Important:
Install LINUX with boot option: nomodeset :cool:
( I INSTALL on sda4 free ssd PARTITION and YES you can share sda1-System -EFi with Windows )


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If i restart my Laptop and press ESC, the Boot-Menu doesn't "appear". With F2, it also didn't work.... So, if you are German (cause that is a german Program), we can write in German, too. (I'm German, too).