As for graphics drivers, the Ivy Bridge core is well supported in Linux but the hooks specifically for Bay Trail are only in the more recent kernel and Mesa versions. Hold the listed key while powering on the tablet. Made sure windows updated and the windows store apps also. You drive is hardly empty. Load the state file into alsa with: sudo alsactl restore. Thank you Hi, allow us to apologize for the troubles experienced with your device and we'll be happy to help. It didn't work for me the first time, but there are more details in the article so I will try again using different settings in the Rufus App.
It's certainly a non-trivial process. There are some options that will reinstall Windows or even wipe your data. By either using Grub 2 in Ubuntu or a version of Hackintosh. The screen resolution will be stuck at 800 x 600, which could look funny. How things have changed… Much of the work testing and patching new kernels has been done by Brainwreck and the guys over at the. Booting Ubuntu on the Asus Transformer Book T100 The first thing we need to do is disable secure boot on the Transformer Book.
Also, under human interface device there is nothing in there for the touch screen. It didn't work for me the first time, but there are more details in the article so I will try again using different settings in the Rufus App. I'm Trying to Dual Boot on my Asus T100 Tablet. Take my word on this, the two will never merge. Now Secure Boot is disabled. Type the following commands, and hit enter after each.
Recovery partitions also may be present. When I turn off secure boot and select the Ubuntu drive it just flashes black and goes back to the bios screen before. The only difference is you can use the keyboard and touchpad to make your selections, but not the touchscreen. Save Changes and Exit and you should reboot into Windows. If it boots but you get dropped to a Busybox prompt, you got everything correct apart from the root location.
I hope someone else can make use of them. The Linux community has only started adding support, like Kernel 3. Fortunately, grub has good auto-completion features, so you can hit twice as you type, and grub will list possible completions for you — just keep trying until you see the various vmlinuz kernels. Do I really have to spell it out for you guys? But developer that did boot. You can get Linux to run on one but it's very hit and miss.
What WiFi card is this using? Are there some restoring partitions? In the end I found that the Video Driver, G Force Sensor and Camera were the biggest problems but the Asus T100 Windows 8. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either. I would be grateful for any suggestion might help me, because apart from that, it's working just fine. I updated the bios and chipset. The only difference this makes, is that while booting up, it now shows the Windows logo instead of the Asus logo.
. When the process is complete, move on to the next step. Hi friend, thank you for yout answer but still nothing. I have been working on it daily and I managed to get Windows 10 x86 installed. There are not many settings in this Asus bios v304 and there is no legacy mode that I know of. I was able to take Ubuntu 13. I also tried a Dell Venue 8 Pro but the Bios had no Legacy Mode either.
Really hope someone can help, I've been getting really frustrated. Does anyone know why this might happen and how I can solve this problem? But I still have a major problem after installing Windows 10. It may be possible to load an alternate driver to improve performance. In case anyone want to try other stuff. You do not mention which 2nd operating system you are trying to boot so I can only assume it's a Linux distribution. I have a Legal copy of Mavericks from my MacBook so the Hackintosh way is possible i guess. My apologies if this is posted in the wrong place.