|Related to : [ubuntu] Boot-Repair Ubuntu. error: 1234F|
|Windows 8 Dual boot UEFI issue boot-repair failed or user error|
I have an HP ENVY dv4 with windows 8 preinstalled.
To boot the
64-bit ubuntu install disc I had to switch my bios to enable legacy
mode. It installed fine as far as I can tell. GRUB however has never
loaded. I've switched the BIOS settings back and forth from UEFI
(with and without secure boot) to legacy, etc with no luck. It boots
into windows 8 everytime with no GRUB screen ever occurring. I've run
through several tutorials all to no avail. I've run boot-repair from
the live CD a couple times. The last time I used advanced settings
and purged grub before running with otherwise default settings. The
URL I have is: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1528180
|Boot Repair gives error when moving boot from SD Card to USB drive|
I recently installed XBMCbuntu onto an 8GB SDHC Card on my
Samsung N310. I quickly realized that there is no option in the BIOS
to boot to the SD Card. I know I can buy an USB SDHC card reader ad
boot directly to it, but I would prefer not to. I have another
operating system on the main HDD that I just want to leave alone. I
make a liveusb of Linux Secure Live and tried moving the boot from the
SD Card to another blank USB drive. I made a 1GB ext4 partition at the
front of my USB drive in gParted. Then I ran Boot repair and it said
an error has occured: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/6112588/. I found out
how to do all of this on the Ubuntu Tutorial here: BootPartition.
|[ubuntu] Can't boot GRUB error, boot-repair fails, really need help|
I am an Ubuntu noob. I have had a problem trying to restore a
dual-boot Windows 7 / Ubuntu 30.04 installation. The computer had
Windows 7 installed for about a year. Three days ago I installed the
secure-remix of Ubuntu 13.04 (successfully). Yesterday When I rebooted
(no significant changes that I know of) grub said it couldn't access
normal.mod (as in:
from a live CD and attempted to use boot-repair. It fails with the
error "Please enable a repository containing the [linux] packages
in the software sources of Linux-Secure-Remix-64bit 20may2013 (sda5).
Then try again." (record here http://paste.ubuntu.com/
|[SOLVED] Windows installer of 12.04, (initramfs) on boot, repair-boot, kernal panic error|
New laptop with Win7, ran Windows Installer to upload 12.04 - ran
well, no issues. Rebooted laptop and checked windows booted
successful, it did. Rebooted, selected ubuntu - got black screen with
two lines of (initramfs).
Could press any key to get around it.
Using the live USB I had previously downloaded, ran
through the terminal the boot-repair instructions. All ran reasonably
successfully until the end - got an error of some kind but didn't note
it because the prompt that the repair was successful was also
Now windows still
boots successfully but still ubuntu doesn't - gives the following
|How to resolve the "GPT detected. Please create a BIOS-Boot partition" error when using boot-repair?|
After installing Ubuntu, Windows didn't boot so I installed boot
repair to fix this problem. But I am getting the message displayed
I tried to make a new partition with unformatted file system but
still receiving the same message.
How do I fix it?
|[ubuntu] Boot-Repair Ubuntu. error: 1234F|
So I use a Dell Inspiron 15-3521 that uses Windows 8. I took care
of the PXE-E61 error by disabling NIC. Then the next error that I also
had with PXE-E61 is: 1234F, which I don't know how to fix. I followed
the instructions to use Boot-repair through my working Ubuntu 14 live
CD, and clicked Recommended repair. but it still didn't work after a
reboot, and gave me the same 1234F error.
How to do this? I don't understand the paste report.
I also have Hirens boot CD, if somehow I can use that????