So I was in the process of restarting the system last night and it seemed to lock up at the Ubuntu logo that normally appears when restarting or shutting down.
So after waiting an hour or so to restart, I decided to hit the power button to shut down the system. After doing so and pressing the power button once again to start the system, I selected the Ubuntu partition (dual boot machine) and it now doesn't boot at all. I can boot the other OS, which is Windows 7 ok.
There are a list of I guess internal commands listed on the screen and the last command was "Stopping Mount network filesystems [ OK ].
I've tried hitting Ctrl + Alt + Del and the system will restart but will get locked up again on boot.
Is there anything I can? I've had this happen before and being a newbie I just reinstalled the system but after this happened again, I really don't want to reinstall.
Suggestions are always welcomed! Thanks!