Today I just put a new SSD in my desktop. I did have a little trouble booting up the OS because I had plugged the DVI into the wrong port, when I couldn't see the monitor I did end up turning off the computer several times before I finally found the problem. I don't know if the problem occured when I was physicaly in the box or during boot when I turned it back off several times but now my system will not boot. The grub screen does display but after selecting the Linux Mint option it goes to a …

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Hello everyone.. I accidentally deleted my ubuntu boot folder. i get a grub-rescue prompt when i intend to boot the computer. i need help please.

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I have Windows 7 in my primary partition and I installed Ubuntu 13.04 in the second partition. I deleted the Ubuntu partition and kept windows 7. Now the next day when I try to start my windows 7 I get an error: error : no such partition. grub rescue> How do I boot my windows 7 then?

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If I am not able to boot my Linux system? What are the Steps to resolve it.

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I installed Linux Mint 14 alongside Win7 using [this](http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2012/06/06/how-to-dual-boot-linux-mint-13-cinnamonmate-and-windows-7/) tutorial. When I choose Mint in the boot menu, it doesn't boot into Linux. Instead, I get a GRUB4DOS command line. It says something like this: GRUB4DOS 0.4.5b 2011-11-27, Mem: 630K/3177M/766M, End: 35560D [ Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completions of a device/filename. ] grub> How do I fix this while leaving windows bootloader as default ?

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Hi folks, I'd Windows 7(sda1) and Ubuntu 11.04(sda6) on my laptop. Ubuntu's grub was installed on MBR. Then I installed Fedora 15(sda2). But by mistake I installed Fedora's grub on MBR. Due to this Ubuntu's grub deleted from MBR. Now while booting I can see only Fedora and Windows option on grub. I've edited Fedora's grub.conf as title Ubuntu rootnoverify (hd0,5) chainloader +1 But no use of it.. (I think I need to recover stage 1 of Ubuntu's grub.) How do I edit grub.conf of Fedora to get Ubuntu back in boot list? Thanks, Amar

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I've got Open SUSE 11.4 and Ubuntu 10.10 now installed on the same machine now, but I need to edit the GRUB so I can boot into them. I can boot into OpenSUSE fine, but since it overwrote the Ubuntu bootloader, I can't seem to get it to boot into it. I added an entry for Ubuntu after looking around the internet: [CODE]###Don't change this comment - YaST2 identifier: Original name: none# title UBuntu 10.10 booting via symlinks root (hda0,4) kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sda5 ro quiet splash initrd initrd.img[/CODE] In /boot/vmlinuz on the Ubuntu partition, I can find the following files, …

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Hi everyone! I am new to Ubuntu and Linux in general, and as is to be expected from such a disposition, have landed myself in trouble. I installed Ubuntu with WUBI and later created a new .disk file with larger capacity to accommodate the growing needs of my system. The new hard disk image has 11.04 on it (as does the old one), and it started shutting down unexpectedly a while back. Whenever I tried booting into that installation it took me to the grub command line. I tried many things to try to boot into the OS, but it …

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Hello there DaniWeb. I REALLY hope you can help me in this case :( else i cant get to use my PC. Well, some days ago, i went into my PC and cleared up some partitions etc so i could have more space on some of my others. So i deleted 2 partitions. One was on 5GB and other was on 67GB. They had no names. And then i rebooted. But i couldn't boot up! :S It told me this: GRUB: Error: Partition not found Grub Rescue> Please, please help me :( I need to get into my PC again.

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