I made a clean install on my Sony Vaio laptop, of Ubuntu 11.10 and when the installation was ready, it prompted to remove the USB I was installing the distro from, and press enter to reboot. After this reboot the first thing I got was the following error:
error: couldn't read file error: you need to load the kernel first Press any key to continue..
After that it throws me back to the Grub select screen:
Ubuntu, with linux 3.0.0-14-generic-pae recovery mode previous Linux versions (none since I made a clean install) memory test
If I choose the first option it shows only a black screen and never loads anything. If I reboot the same thing happens.
Could I repair this using boot-repair? Is there any other way?
Note: I know nothing about Linux code so I am a total noob on this one
Update: boot-repair did not help
Grub.cfg here: http://pastebin.com/GKLuDuhM
Boot Info Script: http://pastebin.com/indARkKJ