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I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 alongside windows 7. It was working fine but now when I try to boot with ubuntu after the operating system choice screen I get this.

Boot Error Message

Try (hd0,0): NFTS5: No ang0
Try (hd0,1): NTFS5: No ang0
Try (hd0,2): NTFS5: No ang0
Try (hd0,3): Extended:
Try (hd0,4): NTFS5: No ang0
Try (hd0,5): Extended:
Try (hd0,5): EXT2:

And when I press ctrl+alt+del it restarts the computer and if I chose to boot with ubuntu same thing happens again.

But windows works fine.. How do I resolve this problem? Thanks.

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Did you install Ubuntu via Wubi? If you did, try going into Windows, and uninstall "Ubuntu", then reinstall it. – Shifat Taushif Jan 5 '13 at 15:54
I have the same issue – UpTheCreek May 24 '13 at 7:27

Boot into your windows and install EasyBCD.Then add a new boot entry for your linux.Then make sure that the NST folder which your linux is using to boot is in the system reserved memory for linux.

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