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I may have skimmed through your question but, rule of thumb, Linux and Windows should stick to their own hard drives. They'll always try to take priority over each other, even on separate partitions. *Edit: I would try to not use any Windows repair tool while both OS's are partitioned on the drive. Gparted shouldn't mess anything up but, tools like it can ...
Its called a kernel panic. Linux usually doesn't get kernel panic because it is very good at handling hardware (What led you to ask this question). In some cases Linux might get kernel panics if you have malfunctioning hardware. In such cases your system will cease to work, producing an error similar to below:
If it's not a bug of the firefox version you've installed (is it from a regular/official Ubuntu repository, or an odd custom PPA?) then it's most often a firefox profile problem. Try these instructions to start in "Safe Mode" with all addons disabled (Basically open the Help menu and select "Restart with Add-ons Disabled...") Then proceed with the ...
I'm pretty sure the problem is you've added an incompatible source or text was added to your /ect/apt/sources.list.d/ directory. It's causing problems updating your software repo cache. Remove the added file/sources, then you should be able to update (apt-get update) normally. The error sounds like there's some type of HTML on line 1 of ...
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