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So if you go into the "advanced" section of the install, you should be able to pick which partitions you want to use. If all you want to preserve is in the Data partition, then you can simply choose to format your old 12.10 partition (I recommend this over upgrading). If you want to check the format of your partitions before starting all of this so you can ...
The Broadcom 14e4:4315 is quite unusual in that the solution changes from earlier Ubuntu versions to later. In Ubutnu 13.10, which you are using, the device uses the native b43 driver and firmware that needs to be downloaded separately. Please first try to undo any possibly failed previous attempts; open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get purge ...
Run live Cd -----> open Terminal : sudo mount /dev/sdax /mnt ( so you could read and write) /dev/sdax is the partition where Ubuntu os is installed. sudo grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda /dev/sda represents the first disk. When installation finish : sudo umount /mnt Reboot
Your errors said: No space left on device Open System Monitor from Dash and select the Filesystems tab. And if the problem is only related to /boot partition try this: sudo apt-get autoremove If it didn't work then It seems you have no space in /boot You've a lot unused kernels. Remove all but the last kernels with: sudo apt-get purge $(dpkg -l ...
cp: failed to extend `/boot/initrd.img-3.5.0-47-generic.dpkg-bak': No space left on device You have to free up the /boot partition.Remove all the old unused kernals. See How do I free up more space in /boot?
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