[Dual Boot] Does my Mobo Support Linux? Tags: Support Dual Boot Motherboards Gigabyte Linux Last response: October 18, 2012 12:56 PM in Linux/Free BSD Share Rapple_43 October 16, 2012 2:07:18 AM Heres my motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H Also wondering about Max OSX Support More about : dual boot mobo support linux amdfangirl a b 5 Linux October 16, 2012 5:31:26 AM Boot up a LiveCD and try. It probably works. abekl a c 125 V Motherboard October 18, 2012 12:56:22 PM Gigabyte boards are some of the most compatible around. I would be surprised if it didn't work as it should. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumM4A78T-E raid for windows and linux dual boot ForumDoes intel i3 support Dual booting ForumLinux Dual boot ... ForumDoes ASUS K52F BIOS support boot from USB flash-drive? ForumQuestion about RAM on a Linux box? ForumAdvice on Linux Build That Will Last Me 10 Years - UPDATED!!! ForumMobo does not boot from new sata drive ForumNew Linux Build ForumSSD - OK to Dual boot W7 & Linux ? ForumDual or Quad Prcessor Mobo good idea? ForumHow to install win 7 pro 64 and win xp 32 in RAID1 & as dual boot ? ForumHow many drives does XP 2003 Pro support Forumdoes anyone know how to dual boot from 2 different Drives Forum2 Questions, build good for linux minecraft server and what distro? ForumAdvice on Linux Build That Will Last Me 10 Years ForumAll-in-one box: NAS HTPC RAID; RAID5 write speeds: linux , h67, PERC 5i ForumBoot Problems Forum[Solved] Is linux right for me? ForumNo Linux Distro Will Install - No error, just blank screen ForumWhere do I start with Linux? More resources !