Hello, I attempted to install the Ubuntu 16.04 Linux operating system alongside windows 10 for a dual boot setup, unfortunately things didn't work out as well as I had hoped and now, I can only boot into Ubuntu with varying degrees of success and no internet access as I don't have the proper drivers for the cross platform use. If anyone can help me set up a dual boot system, I would greatly appreciate it. I've already posted to the Ubuntu forums, so here is where I copy and paste my previous post and the video and boot info script: " I installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my Hp Envy Phoenix a couple of nights ago, it was getting late so I made sure I could use Ubuntu, logged in and then I shut it down, since I was tired. I tried selecting windows boot manager to boot windows 10 the following morning from the Grub menu and I get an error message. I've tried trouble shooting, startup repair, refreshing, one message I received said that my hard drive is locked. My computer doesn't detect a recovery image or a restore point. When installing Ubuntu, these are the steps I followed: 1.) created an empty partition in windows 10 2. downloaded a Ubuntu usb using the rufus flash drive creator 3. rebooted and used the install Ubuntu option. 4. I selected install alongside windows 10 for dual boot, 5. selected the city I am near and proceeded with the install Windows 10 doesn't boot any more. Please help, I don't want to lose my data on the drives and am unable to access any files from Ubunutu, I reformatted all partitions in FAT, as opposed to ext4, NTFS, or EFI. My system has both UIFE and BIOS, I've attached a video with all the start up options. - this is the youtube video Edit: here is the pastebin link to the Bootinfoscript results! " I would like to finish by stating that I have tried to reinstall windows 10 using a windows recovery drive USB but it won't let me, saying that I need to boot windows normally and not from USB to continue with the installation, but obviously I cant otherwise I wouldn't be on this forum. I have practically given up on saving any data on my PC at this point, but if that is still a possibility any help would be appreciated. I'm not the most familiar with doing these types of computer activities nor the most technically savy, so any solutions explained in lay-mans terms as much as possible would also be appreciated. Finally, I understand that this would require you guys to spend a decent amount of your free time to assist a stranger that has no connection to you, I just thought that someone in the community might have a few solutions that I could attempt before paying a repair man to have at my desktop.