LAN connection problem (deja vu) in Linux Posted August 24, 2016 · Edited August 24, 2016 by terry1966 · Report reply ok. lets start from beginning then. you shouldn't need to tap F9 to get an option to boot into leap if you have a dual boot setup, so sounds like you don't have a dualboot setup and just have leap installed on a flash drive (not recommended, way to many problems running from a flash drive in my experience.) which you boot by using the F9 key. just to check though in windows go into disk management and take a screenshot of your hard drives partitions and post it in next reply. once i see that we'll decide on what to do next, depending on what you want. creating a dualboot system will not overwrite your windows os and the first thing you'd do is shrink the windows 10 partition, leaving a certain amount of space free which is where the suse os will get installed, once installed the first thing you'd see is a menu to boot either leap or windows 10 without the need to tap any F keys. after install which os you set to boot as default if you don't make a choice is up to you but will be suse until you change it.