Mr.Elendig wrote:pacman -Scc then try again.Edit: you should do -Syu foobar btw.(giant list of all the packages it downloaded)
xorg-xsetroot-1.1.0-2-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is invalid or corrupted
xorg-server-utils-7.6-2-any.pkg.tar.xz is invalid or corrupted
xorg-twm-1.0.7-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is invalid or corrupted
xorg-xdpyinfo-1.2.0-2-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is invalid or corrupted
I am running 12.04 in a dual boot configuration with W7. Installation has been stable since May 2012; however, three times over the past four weeks and twice in the last two days I have received the message "Unable to find any bootable devices" when booting up the computer.
Iv been researching for 2/3 days about this problem and i have came up empty.
Basically, partition 1 is windows 7 and partition 2 is ubuntu 12.04.
I told ubuntu (when installing to partition 2) to install grub on partition 1, and that works fine.
Original title: How can i solve (un)booting windows 7 on the same partition with grub?
I've been researching for 2/3 days about this problem and I have came up empty.
Basically, partition 1 is Windows 7 and partition 2 is Ubuntu 12.04. I told Ubuntu to install into partition 2 and to install grub on partition 1 and that works fine. But the problem now is that I can't boot to Windows 7.