!. Only install Win 8 if you want nothing but Win 8 on your system.
2. Install Linux as your sole system boot os.
3. Install Windows (7 or in virtual machines under Linux.
This will accomplish several things.
1. Your system will be much more immune to Windows viruses and malware.
2. If you create VM snapshots of your Windows systems, you can revert from infections instantly.
3. You will have much more utilization of your system resources.
It sounds like your talking about Virtual Machine?
If so i am not planning to install any virtual machine.
I think it will be only harder for me for later, to transfer the OS to another PC.
Well sir... almost...
Just to clarify your situation. You have installed windows 8 on your laptop which previously had (still has?) some unknown version of Linux (Fedora?) and you can successfully boot windows 8 but not your Linux install, is that correct?
I had previously Windows 7.
I formated and deleted win 7 and replaced with win 8.
But before i did this i created the volume of my Linux os smalled with GParted LiveCD so i can make the volume where win 8 come bigger.
but this didnt worked, i got 2x Unlllocated space, and it was not possible to merge them.
And yes thats correct i can sucfully boot Win 8 right now.
like i said before, i used easyBCD to install GRUB but this is not working.
I can see Windows 8 and Linux, but when i enter linux it justs hangs on a black screen and with a blinking cursor.
Nope, when i installed my windows 8 i firstly downloaded EasyBCD and i saw there was only 1 boot Entry.
Are you now booting windows 8 with Easy BCD?
I manualy added GRUB, and the resullt was that blank screen.
Well i had before... when i had win 7... but now its gone i think... :???:
Did you also install Grub? Don't know where Grub fits in this scenario.
Hmm...Reconfigure... i think i dont have any grub installed right now... :/
If you can see your data from the Fedora Live CD, you probably just need to reconfigure whichever bootloader you are trying to use.
The most complete information you can get to review and/or post here for help would be the bootinfoscript which you can get at the site below:
Boot Info Script | Free System Administration software downloads at SourceForge.net
Read the instructions before you run the script. It will need to be run from Linux so use your Fedora Live CD.
Do i still need to follow your step?
Thanks alot! ;3