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I am getting grub rescue promt > After reading the forum have realised that I have unknowingly deleted the grub that's the reason I am not able to boot .. Grub rescue > ls Gives me Hd0 hd0,msdos5 hd0,msdos3 hd0,msdos2 hd0,msdos1

To check which part has ubuntu I tried listing all but for all I get "unknow filesystem" Please tell how should I resolve this !!

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Prepare a Boot-able Live USB stick with Ubuntu.

Boot the computer with this Stick.

Open Terminal and type :


If this does not work then install Boot Repair program from internet on to the pen-drive and run the program.

Run the Program and fix Grub record

Detailed Steps to use, here : Using Boot Repair

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