Totally new to this stuff, but was successful anyway in creating a dual-boot install of CloudReady on a Acer Veriton VN4620G. I followed the standard directions to the letter. The only issue I had was with secure boot. Secure Boot was enabled. During booting to my USB drive I got an error, "Secure boot Violation, Invalid signature detected. Check secure boot policy in setup". I entered the bios and disabled secure boot and rebooted to the USB drive.
From that point I am not sure my experience is normal, but I will share. When booting to the CloudReady USB stick it took probably 45 minutes and then shutdown automatically. I pulled the USB stick (I think) and booted up. It booted directly in to CloudReady and then got the Chrome desktop. Anyway, when I rebooted the next time a dialog box came up asking if I want to boot to Windows or CloudReady. I selected CloudReady and it booted fine to Chrome desktop.
Total boot time to desktop is about 1 minute. 0 - 10 seconds before dual boot dialog box to come up. ~50 seconds from there to desktop.
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