I recently tried to insatll Kubuntu and it failed. It completely removed everything off of my HDD and there is no operating system. Everytime I try to install a Distro it fails during instillation. I got Ubuntu 13.04 to work but it required a reboot and after that it did not work. I tried to re-install Ubuntu but it failed. I have tried Ubuntu, Kubuntu, and Xubuntu and they all failed. With Kubuntu and Xubuntu I get an error saying, "The 'grub-efi-amd64-signed' package failed to install into /target/. Without the GRUB boot loader, the installed system will not boot". When I select try (distro) it loads up but the installation won't finish. I do not want to have to try the distro everytime I want to get on it. Any help?
Are you using the default partitioning of the installer?
If so, is your motherboard supports UEFI or BIOS and which one did you boot and installed as?
Try booting up with LiveCD.
open up terminal, learn how to chroot from internet. and configure your bootloader again with grub-install command, if gives any error, try commanding it in specific compts that you can find in google; like " grub-install --root-directory=/"
I'm surprised that nothing boots up. Don't partition it yourself and try not to use LVM if you did in the last try.