I installed Ubuntu using this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK8X7_tYWmA
But it doesn't show the grub menu when I startup, it only boots into Ubuntu. I can look in my hard drive and clearly see Windows is still installed, so I didn't accidently install Ubuntu over it or anything.
On my HP Envy dv6-7350sl just bough with Window 8,
I upgraded to Windows 8.1,
then installed Kubuntu 13.10 (64bit).
=> On the Grub menu I got the boot hanging on both Windows and Kubuntu/Ubuntu.
So I launched Boot Repair 64bit for Ubuntu 13.04.
=> Only improvement is with new Windows choices it does not hang but come back to GRUB menu...
I'm trying to fix my friend's computer after it got borked by a power surge. It can boot fine from USB, but if you boot the disk, it makes it to grub and then fails no matter which you select. He had it set up dual-booting Ubuntu and Windows. I tried running boot repair from the boot-repair live cd, and it gave me this paste - http://paste.ubuntu.com/8476018/ - but it failed to fix anything.
I installed ubuntu alongside Windows 8.1 Pro in a raid 0 ssd drive. I had this configuration working once no problems and I could boot into Ubuntu just fine. I had to reinstall now and it broke everything. I can still boot into windows just fine but not from Grub.
Hello, My Toshiba laptop has a dual installation with Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04. Everything was working fine until yesterday, when I installed the normal Ubuntu updates. However, from this morning the Grub is no longer showing up during booting.
I have attempted to use boot-repair to solve this problem. When I started Boot-repair it says 'EFI detected - check options'.
I am a complete beginner for the Ubuntu. I am having a boot up problem. Windows 8.1 couldnt boot up via grub after installing 14.04 on my new Lenovo Machine. I followed the instruction given at the site (http://askubuntu.com/questions/28033...th-boot-repair), but then I got an error message. I was informed to send the link below to the email ID at: [email protected]