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Your boot repair log looks a lot like the log for an unformatted disk, therefore a simple boot repair will not suffice... Therefore I would just restore my back-up. If you don't have a back-up, you should start making them after the following steps: Buy a new disk (not too expensive as this will be a back-up disk) Boot an Ubuntu LiveCD Create an exact ...


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Boot into your Windows 7 Setup Disk and select Repair My Computer. On the next screen, select Command Prompt and type the following command followed by enter key. That should make you boot into Windows:- bootrec.exe /fixboot bootrec.exe /fixmbr Restart your computer and then see if you're able to boot into Windows.


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I had this problem after installing Ubuntu 14.04 alongside windows 8.1 on my nice new lenovo thinkpad t540p laptop. However, all I had to do was disable the secure boot option in the bios. Having done that, the grub menu allows me to boot either Ubuntu or Windows from the options. I did not need to do anything else.


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If some error occured DURING the installation I strongly recommend you to reinstall Ubuntu from scratch. This way you will avoid future headaches.


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OK, so all I needed to do was to press 'del' at the Asus screen after startup which took me to BIOS? I first did something in the 'GRUB options' in 'Advanced options' of Boot-repair disk, where I disabled the boot of sta2. And at the boot menu I just 'disabled' legacy (EFI was already enabled). Then I started Boot-repair disk and a totally new screen ...


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Does can your computer even get to the bootloader (I assume you're using a bootloader and not just swapping drives)? If so, then you may have a messed up kernel. If not, it sounds like you may have a bad BIOS. If you never get to the bootloader, try powering down your machine, unplugging it, removing the BIOS battery, and wait 10 minutes. Then replace ...


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The solution was to use the boot-repair utility. You can boot from the Live USB again and run the following in the terminal (for Ubuntu 14.04 and up): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kranich/cubuntu sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair Then press Recommended Repair. After it's done, you'll be able to boot your OS ...



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