I'm switching back to Ubuntu after a long hiatus. I used it for a couple of years in college so I thought I knew what I was doing. However, after burning the 13.04 64 bit ISO to a DVD on Windows 7, booting it and following the on screen installation instructions, I am now greeted with a blank screen that only says "Missing operating system" when I boot up my computer. I checked my boot order and my SSD that's supposed to have Ubuntu on it is first priority. I've tried reinstalling it a couple times, including one time when I went in manually, selected "New partition table" on my SSD, formatted the disk, and then created a swap and root partition, which I installed Ubuntu to. I'm still getting the "Missing operating system" message. I know the OS is on there because when I go into the installer it says that Ubuntu is installed. Am I missing something? I also have a second hard drive that just has videos and music on it formatted in NTFS, but I don't think this has anything to do with it because I made sure the installer only went to work on my SSD. Any help would be greatly appreciated, this is my main machine so I want to get it working as soon as possible. Thank you in advance.
My specs are as follows: - UEFI capable ASRock P67 Extreme4 motherboard - Intel Core i5 2500k Sandy Bridge processor - nVidia 580 GTX 3GB - G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB DDR3 1600 RAM - Crucial M4 128GB SSD - 1TB Samsung HDD