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I had 2 hard drives in my computer and was running ubuntu 16.04. Then I installed Lubuntu 16.10 on the other drive (B) without removing the other drive (A).
This has corrupted the GRUB and I couldn't access drive A on its own. I also can't access all the files systems it I boot with the drive (B).
There are important files I need to access on drive A.
What can I do?
I changed Lubuntu to Ubuntu 16.10 and also encrypted it with LUKS but this couldn't make any difference.
Can I ask the system to boot to drive A even if GRUB is on drive B? Can I unlock drive B through drive A and access all the files? or Can I repair GRUB for drive A (encrypted)?
Many thanks. Sherif
That is what I got when I tried to reinstall GRUB. Would it be because it is encrypted as well?