I burned a copy of Ubuntu 12.04 onto a CD-R, and while installing it, I came across an error message that said a file could not be installed. I do not remember what it was called, but the system can not boot up without it. After retrying, I finished the installation without the file. Any help much appreciated.
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Must be the 'grub loader'. IF you fail to see the Grub:- Insert a Ubuntu 12.10 Live-CD/DVD and run the following commands:
Reboot and take out the LiveDVD. Lemme know if it doesn't work as intended.