Re: Grub set it delay of 1 and cannot load xubuntu to fix it!
You could also use "Super GRUB2 Disk", it's really easy:
Download the ISO, you could burn to a CD(RW); there's also a USB download, but I haven't tried it.
You'll want to boot from the CD/USB, then choose the option "Detect any OS". It'll detect and list the different boot options, like Linux and Windows.
Using this will allow you to boot from your installed Ubuntu, and you'll be able to revert the changes you've made to the GRUB files. Try the software "GRUB-Customizer" if you want a GUI.
Super GRUB2 Disk is extremely useful, when GRUB get replaced by another bootloader.
Last edited by GameX2; March 20th, 2013 at 06:42 PM.
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