After reboot i have it hanged with following message:
Loading operating system...
Disk partitioned with deafult offered by installer (LVM off).
Hi guys, I got a shiny new SSD and moved my / and /boot partitions over to it with a fresh install. I created both as gpt, etx4. /boot is sda1 / is sda2. Going through the install steps for syslinux, i did these:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … tion_tableand finished the rest of the install. i didn't get any errors or anything that looked wrong.
I'm trying to install mint 15 (dual boot) on a system with pre-installed windows 8.1. But every time I try to boot up, it by default shows "error loading operating system" on a black screen.
Before this I had uninstalled & installed Ubuntu & was ending up on a grub rescue screen instead. I tried to repair this with MbrFix (the software) but now I'm stuck with this problem.
I loaded Ubuntu 11.10 from an install CD (purchased CDs) and when the system tries to boot up I get a long delay with a flashing cursor followed by the "Loading Operating System ..." statement that never loads my operating system.
I am using a GA880GA-UD3H Motherboard with a Phenom II X6 1055T processor, 16 GB (active) RAM, a Hitachi 4TB Deskstar HDD and (2) LG Blu-ray Disc Rewrite BD drives.
Let me first state that this is a fresh install from the live cd. Everything seems to work great, except for one thing. I cant seem to be able to update my kernel, or do anything that changes a kernel.