Following message after installation failed.
"Completing the Ubuntu installation. For more installation boot options, press ‘ESC’ now…
Busybox v1.18.5 (ubuntu 1:1.18.5 – 1ubuntu4.1) built-in shell (ash) Entre ‘help’ for a list of built-in commands.
(initramfs) unable to find a medium containing a live file."
Please can anyone advise this novice how to get the Dual Boot Ubuntu 12.04 working with XP.
On starting I get the option of Win XP or Ubuntu, but have to use an old ps/2 connected keyboard to select the OS. If I select ubuntu I see the above message and it hangs. If I select the Windows XP option it starts XP as normal.
I found that the partition I installed Ubuntu 12.04 no longer is listed in Windows.
I tried doing a system restore in Windows. It looked like it was working until a message of regret that no changes had been made as requested.
I used the instructions shown in Computer active issue 420 2-15 April 2014 to set up the dual boot.
I selected 'Ext4 and mount point'/'and selected the spare partition.
Can anyone help this 70 year old please?