Hi all. I wanted to refresh an old laptop, so I want to run Zorin on it. But I need to have Windows 10 installed too for a specific UWP app.
I set all my partitions on the laptop and installed Zorin on the ones I wanted to, I also left some unallocated space for Windows 10 to be installed on.
I have come to install windows today. But I can't get the USB stick to be recognised. I have tried UNetbootin and Rufus to create the bootable media with the Windows 10 iso.
When starting up I see options: F12 for Boot menu and F2 for BIOS setup.
The boot menu only shows "1. ubuntu" as an option even with USB plugged in.
Clicking TAB to Application Menu and selecting "1. Diagnostic Screen" (the only option), I can see "USB Device: Kingston DataTraveler 3.0" listed.
Trying to enter the BIOS setup fails too. Pressing F12 doesn't open BIOS setup, it opens the Zorin menu, which shows:
Advanced options for Zorin
And I can access the grub cli with "c", or edit parameters with "e".
My research seems to indicate Secure Boot may be the issue, but I can't access the BIOS to disable it.
The USB stick is the same device I used when installing Zorin, so it doesn't seem to be an issue with compatibility.