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|[ubuntu] Cannot boot after deleted old Kernel|
|31/12/2015 9:58 am by Brian O'Neill in Ubuntu|
|Deleted EFI boot partition, no Windows installation (anymore). HP Split x2, ubuntu 14.04 LTS installed. CANNOT BOOT!|
|11/1/2015 7:06 pm by sorcerermerlin in Ubuntu|
I got an HP Split x2 with Windows 8 pre-installed. I deleted it,
and installed Ubuntu. However, I was wanting to play a few games that
didn't work too well on wine, so I created a NTFS partition and
installed Win 7 (UEFI) in it.
Windows was overwriting grub all the time, and after a tiri
|Deleted old kernel Ubuntu 10.04-LTS|
| by iamwiz82 in Ubuntu|
I have several distributions on my desktop, including Ubuntu
10.04-LTS and the latest 12.04-LTS to which I am getting used.
10.04 just updated the kernel to 2.6.38 and mistakenly I removed
the 3 files of 2.6.37 in synaptic .
But now when booting ,
10.04 asks that I first load the ke
|[ubuntu] I deleted my kernel|
| by jaset in Ubuntu|
Yesteday while trying to get right kernel because the one i was using
aparently had Xen support which does not work with nvidia, I ended up
deleting my kernel. Yeah, it's stupid but that is what I did.
"sudo apt-get remove 'uname -r" or something like it.
the thing is I had deleted so
|[ubuntu] Deleted my kernel . . . I think?|
| by mg. in Ubuntu|
Well the long and the short of it is I think I accidently deleted my
kernel. This folder got deleted: /lib/modules/2.6.24-24-generic
However with apt-get update I was able to at least get the computer
going again by booting to the 2.6.23-23 kernel in grub.
though, I can't use wireless,
|[ubuntu] Deleted Ubuntu partitions, Windows 8 won't boot, can't boot anything in UEFI|
| by Belgium in Ubuntu|
I'm guessing I won't be able to get much help with this since GPT and
UEFI are so recent and presenting so many new problems and bugs, but I
thought I'd make a thread anyways to get a conversation started and
have something archived on the 'net regarding this issue.
bought a ****** Dell lapto
|[ubuntu] Win 7 Boot Problem on Dual Boot (Because Partition Was Not Deleted?)|
| by iamwiz82 in Ubuntu|
Hi, Im trying to install BackTrack 5 R2 (32bit, KDE) alongside Win 7
(dual boot, from internal HD). I successfully installed BackTrack,
but my problem is that I cant boot Win 7 anymore. It boots for a
while (showing the win logo animation, then going to a bluescreen.) I
get this error message on
|[ubuntu] Win 7 Boot Problem on Dual Boot (Because Partition Was Not Deleted?) !|
| by Fenix Drakken in Ubuntu|
Im trying to install BackTrack 5 R2 (32bit, KDE) alongside
Win 7 (dual boot, from internal HD).
I successfully installed
BackTrack, but my problem is that I cant boot Win 7 anymore.
boots for a while (showing the win logo animation, then going to a
bluescreen.) I get this err
|[ubuntu] no boot on Linux kernel 2.6.27 but older kernel works?|
| by Piriya in Ubuntu|
I recently upgraded to 8.10 and the newest kernel (2.6.27)
hangs on configuring network devices on boot. The other kernel works
fine so each time i have to select it when i start. I dont know how to
troubleshoot the first one though as it wont even load the recovery
|[ubuntu] Removed old kernel - Shows no kernel in boot menu|
| by MJRider in Ubuntu|
I was using ubuntu 10.04 (dual boot with win 7) and i had several
kernel versions installed from updates (6 to be exact). I decided to
remove last 4 versions from synaptic manager. But on restarting ubuntu
does NOT boot - doesn't show any kernel or kernel rescue option from
boot menu, just an option