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Lick boots Windows no matter what
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mjmikulcik

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PostPosted: Tue 01 Aug 2017, 20:25    Post subject:  Lick boots Windows no matter what  

So, i installed puppy with lick a while back on a Windows 10 and whenever i go to boot up with a usb either as a live cd or just leaving it in at startup, the grub boot loader breaks and it just goes straight to Windows, and i don't know what the issue is but if anyone knows what's wrong let me know
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Limbomusic


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Location: Norway

PostPosted: Sun 06 Aug 2017, 16:53    Post subject: thats
Subject description: f d up man
 

I,m FAR from an expert so I hope someone smarter can chime in - but I have LICK with dualboot puppy/win10 on my gamer-pc with ssd drive working fine.
Just thinking: You say that the boot-loader breaks if you just leave a usb stick in?? wtf?
Could you have dragged the iso to lick from the usb?
Maybe you should start lick - and just uninstall the pup/iso - and try all over again - making sure you download an iso - to harddrive and drag it onto lick...?

Oh and I remember - when I installed LICK - it took a LONG time for it to install the bootloader. But I just let it simmer - and it eventually installed ok.

I think the guy who actually made/coded lick is noryb009 - maybe try messaging him directly.
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mjmikulcik

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PostPosted: Mon 18 Dec 2017, 17:57    Post subject:  

Yeah, so I messaged Noryb009 and he told me it wasn't Lick's fault but something screwy with my UEFI so I'm not concerned.
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