The Ubuntu 12.04 I have installed (in Dual-Boot with Windows 7) using WUBI worked perfectly for over a month. Then it informed me that I ran out of space on the hard drive and I assumed it was because my hard drive on Windows was full. I logged into Windows and deleted the whole New Volume D.
But now the problem is that it is not possible to log into Ubuntu but in Windows it's possible. I really paid attention about not deleting important files in Windows. When i try to log into Ubuntu : _either it does not go far and i have to restart the computer _or it goes until the loading time and a message says something like "[...] Graphics could not be detected [...]" and they ask to choose between 4 options including "Start with poor Graphics", "Reconfigure Graphics", "Troubleshoot" and "Restart the computer". But none of the options run and i also have to restart the computer manually from that point
I have plenty of useful files in Ubuntu so i want to find another way to solve the problem instead of Uninstall/Reinstall Ubuntu. I want to know what happened ? And how to make it work ?
bcbc: Wubi was not installed on D: for sure.
Xtremesupremacy3: just before the problem occured, Ubuntu was saying there was no disk space left (so now I cannot reinstall the grahics driver due to lack of space), I logged in to Windows and deleted all the folders from New Volume D: After that Ubuntu started having problems loading and the "Running in low graphics mode" screen appears every time.
I am trying to update the graphic card driver but I do not seem to be able to install anything due to the lack of storage space. How can I delete files but not all of them to clear up just enough space to get the graphic card driver so I get move on from there?
Thank you in advanc