[ubuntu] Boot-Repair Ubuntu. error: 1234F


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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.

http://paste.ubuntu.com/14309128/


How to do this? I don't understand the paste report.


I also have Hirens boot CD, if somehow I can use that????

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[ubuntu] Boot-Repair Ubuntu. error: 1234F
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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.

http://paste.ubuntu.com/14309128/


How to do this? I don't understand the paste report.


I also have Hirens boot CD, if somehow I can use that????


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