- Use Disk Manager in windows to create a new partition for ubuntu.
- Reboot computer.
- F2 to go to BIOS and choose boot mode Legacy (disable UEFI).
- Install ubuntu. Choose the detaliled installation. Install everything in the same partition (mount ‘/’) in a partition.
- Even though installer says that isn’t a good option to not install /boot in a separate partition, keep all in the same partition.
When installation is finished, every time you boot computer in legacy mode, ubuntu will start. And evey time you boot the computer in uefi mode, windows 10 will start.
Now I have to install wireless drivers. That is interesting: