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The reason why it still shows Windows 7 instead of Windows 10 is that the file /usr/lib/os-probes/mounted/20microsoft does not contain the label for Windows 10, so during the os-prober detection of the OS it fails back to Windows 7. To correct this, you need to make the following changes to the /usr/lib/os-probes/mounted/20microsoft file: NOTE: Always ...


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Booting to grub rescue means that GRUB failed to load the ‘normal’ module (which is responsible for reading /boot/grub/grub.cfg, running the menu, etc.) for some reason. The rescue shell as such is very primitive and do not offer most of the normal filesystem commands, tab completion (but offers after you load the modules), history, etc. Instead it only ...


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I suggest you reinstall it. Follow these steps for manual installation: When you choose a partition for manual install, format it with ext4 and choose mount point as /. Always install Grub on the partition, on which you are installing Ubuntu. This way, you can change boot flag to Windows in case anything goes wrong. After the installation, don't change the ...


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You cannot merge two partitions. You can only delete those partitions and combine them. So here is my opinion: Backup your important data Boot from Live DVD. Delete both the ext4 partitions and reinstall Ubuntu 15.04 You want to keep your files without deleting them, but that is not possible. You are rewriting the partitions. So expectedly, the files ...


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Put the Windows 10 installation disc in the disc drive, and power cycle your PC after setting it to boot from CD Drive in BIOS.(Or LiveUSB) Press any key when you are prompted & select [language, time, currency, keyboard etc.] & click Next. Select Repair Your Computer option in the dialog window. In the System Recovery Options window Click the 1st ...


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Boot into Ubuntu , just as you described, and run sudo grub-install /dev/sda && sudo update-grub. Reboot to test.


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Your fstab seems to have messed up. I have heard that Windows 10 does some re-partitioning of the hard drive during it's install/upgrade. Why does Microsoft think it is the only OS around? Someone should teach Bill Gates about the term 'dual boot'. Anyways grab a LiveCD of Ubuntu. Boot into the live environment and mount your Ubuntu installation. Open a ...


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If you take a look through /etc/init folder, the command responsible for bringing up TTY is getty. For each TTY there is a *.conf file in /etc/init , so if you want colorized prompt on every TTY, you will have to edit every single one of those files. Now, the file responsible for the contents of that appear on the screen before logging in is /etc/issue, ...



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