I install Ubuntu 12.04 by using Wubi and then restarted my computer and an error message occur
-wubildr not found
-prefix not set
It takes about 1 minute to reboot
(Well what should I do?)
on 05/23/2012 – Made popular on 05/23/2012
I install ubuntu 11.10, using wubi. It asks to reboot.
I reboot, than the message in bios: try hd(0,0) prefix is not set. Than it disappears and installation completes. After one more reboot.
Again this message: "try hd(0,0) prefix is not set". And i enter ubuntu.
I have been very happy with wubi 10.04 running alongside Windows (on two laptops running XP and 7, respectively).
Before finally moving to wubi 12.04 I'd like to run my old 10.04 together with the new version by using triple boot (XP /wubi 10.04 / wubi 12.04) or - on the other laptop (WIn7/ wubi 10.04 / wubi 12.04).
I have installed Ubuntu to my external drive using Wubi, but, when I choose to run Ubuntu, it says that \ubuntu\winboot\wubildr.mbr is either missing or corrupt. I am currently attempting to do a disk check on my external drive, which is D:\. I am not sure if it will work, but I am going to try anyway.
I'm completely new to Linux and wanted to give it a try.
I installed Ubuntu using the windows installer.
After rebooting the PC it automatically boots into Ubuntu and get the first time run screen and then the login screen. At first the cursor won't move, or just sometimes. After a minute or so it moves like it should but nothing else works.