How to install Ubuntu 13.10 second axis with Windows 8.1?

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Hi all.

I have a Lenovo z585 laptop with AMD A10 and Radeon video HD 7660G+Radeon HD 7660Мб 8 GB RAM
Installed Windows 8.1 Pro x64.

I want the second axis to put Ubuntu 13.10 (or something like that - Mint, Kubuntu...) for inhuman experiments.

Downloaded the Ubuntu image for x64 and made it the basis of a bootable USB flash drive (using unetbootin).
When I try to boot from this USB stick, I offered the choice to install or just run Ununtu. But no matter what I choose, nothing happens. Black screen and all. The indicator on the drive indicates that the read no longer occurs.

What I did:

- Recorded on a DVD disc
- Recorded onto a USB drive
- Used www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy...
- In the BIOS switch to AHCI mode Legacy and SATA
- In BIOS enables and disables support for EFI

Nothing worked. Except that when you switch the EFI has changed the appearance of proposals for installing/running.

msinfo32 says that Secure Boot is not supported.

What else can you do?
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Try to put ArchLinux enabled AHCI and EFI (it does not matter in principle, but needs to swear if another to deliver), can he indicate what trouble?

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I came to the conclusion that for experiments with the second OS is better or podrat dev, or purchase a separate computer (if you have no unused laptops, you can buy cheap). Two operating systems on one machine firstly uncomfortable, second, after any new update Windows or install some softiny easy to lose the ability to boot Linux.

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used this instruction to install on your lenovo z500. Ubuntu got up immediately, but failed to configure the download of the axes without the need to disable\\enable UEFI.

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