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Create an ESP (EFI partition, see this page ), then run Boot-Repair again.


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This is generally the message given by certain stupid bioses that check the MBR for a partition with the boot flag and refuse to boot the MBR if they don't find one. Looking at your paste, you have the boot flag set on your linux partition, but it is a logical partition and the stupid bios only checks the primary partitions in the MBR. Use fdisk or gparted ...


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Can you access your windows 7? if you can, and you don't insist on repairing grub. You can use Easy BCD. Download the free version of program and install it on your windows 7. It can automatically find your GRUB2 options and add them to windows boot menu. It's very easy, you can figure it out. I've used it many times for similar situations. Works like a ...


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Glad you asked! The USUAL solution is to download and burn a BOOT REPAIR cd. I have several and have used several flavors. I have two favorites for different reasons, but by far my most favorite is naturally the one which successfully boots the most computers. I posted a link to it on this site just a few days ago. Let's see if I can find it again. ...


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Actually, I met many trouble while installing 13.04 on Samsung NP905S3G-K04 (here: Ubuntu 13.04 display problem (Samsung ATIV Book 9 Lite)). But did not know "all those problems are already gone" by 14.04 (but new pc is NP905S3G-K08). So, what I did? I just simply used default installer that says "Erase disk and install Ubuntu". But additionally checked ...


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I would advise repeating but in a different manner, providing my assumption is correct and you installed boot-repair internally. Did you run BOOT-REPAIR by installing it under your installation and running it, or by booting your computer to an external boot repair CD. I'm asking because I've had numerous successes using boot repair CDs but the one and only ...


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Take a look at http://superuser.com/questions/679725/how-to-correct-512-byte-sector-mbr-on-a-4096-byte-sector-disk Your disk is the advanced format type of 512 logical/4096 physical, so you should define all your partitions on multiples of 4096 for aligned boundaries, not 512.



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