I just added a way to do it easily via Boot-Repair:
Which version is that ?
So do i get it in the live boot repair disk ?
I don't update the Bot-Repair-Disk everyday, so the disk itself contains an older version.
But you can update the software it contains every time you use it:
1) boot on the Boot-Repair-Disk
2) connect internet
3) when you are asked if you want to update the software, click Yes
Good, i would try that !
Well when i try to opt for Legacy version it says "back up all data . . . ."
It is not possible for me to mess up with the system at this point.
But i would like to know somthing that i have pointed out many times here.
When ever i reboot from windows and try to boot in to linux or live cd (even boot repair cd) then the boot menu is displayed twice. I feel if we can find the reson for this we would be able to find the solution to our problem. For example, if i boot through boot repair disk, then the menu where we have to select 32 bit / 64 bit is displayed twice. I opt for the 32 bit option and the system starts again and reaches the menu and i have to opt for 32 bit and then it starts the rest of booting.
Moreover, when my system boots then everytime first the following message is displayed :
[ 0.218614] pnp 08:0b: cant't evaluate _CRS: 8
has this anything to do with the booting problem ?