I installed Ubuntu Studio 13.10 from within a live USB stick, and I installed it alongside Windows. However, when I boot up my computer now, I only get a bare shell with the following text:
GNU Grub version 2.00-19ubuntu2.1 Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file completions. grub>
If I type 'exit,' I'm dropped into what I'm assuming is my laptop's bios, and I can boot into Windows from there. (And I can still boot from the live USB too)
I've done some research, but it seems as though every case is entirely unique. (In other words: none of the 'duplicate' answers seem to apply to my situation.)
Edit 1: The computer is a Toshiba Satellite C55-A. One 700GB hard drive, and a dual core pentium processor. 5.7GiB RAM...
I downloaded the ISO supplied for Ubuntu Studio, and used unetbootin to send it to the USB stick and make it bootable.
Edit 2: The answer from the question Demortes suggested (at Ubuntu 13.10 Grub 2.0) worked, and I was able to boot into Ubuntu. I suspect that the problem itself isn't fixed, though, and I hope someone can help me with a more permanent solution? Still, I'm in, and that's good!