Ok,m We All Know how bad vista is and it went south on me and I had to reinstal it. well now there is no boot loader and I can't get to my unbuntu that was running perfect
on 02/15/2010 – Made popular on 02/15/2010
I have a Vista/Ubuntu dual boot set up (with Grub to manage it). I am about to upgrade from vista home basic 32 bit to windows 7 ultimate. Before I do though- I want to make sure that this will not mess with my boot loader.
i downloaded the iso for 9.10 and md5sum'd it (perfect) then burned it and booted and ran check disk for errors (also perfect) i then set up a partition in vista by following the exact instructions from the ubuntu forums (and allocated 48GB for ubuntu) and tried to install. it went fine for a while, then showed an error and shut down and rebooted from the live cd again.
I recently installed Precise next to my Vista. Now when I try to boot into Vista it attempts to load and then the bsod flashes and goes back to the grub loader. I then tried to boot into Precise and the boot just started to hang for a couple of minutes. It eventually gave me a screen notifying me that it could not locate /tmp.
My name is Reza & i am a newbie to linux,installed ubuntu just yesterday,
at first with a single boot system(ubuntu) everything were fine with everything include second monitor ,then i installed vista too,now i have a dual boot system & i am very happy to get rid of crappy junk microsoft's software as much as i can,unbuntu performance is really wonderful to me,just i have one prob
Okay, here is the deal. I installed Ubuntu 11.10 in October or so, so that it would dual boot on my laptop along with Windows Vista. I haven't had any problems with the set up since then. It would boot using the Windows boot loader which I noted was different from my desktop which would use Grub.