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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    grub listing is done this way:
    grub> (hd0,1)/<directory>/<directory>/<etc>
    For example:
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    (hd0,1)/boot
    edit: I don't recall you giving us the boot info. Download bootinfoscript (mybluelink) , and copy it back here between "[CODE]" tags.
    Last edited by VMC; October 6th, 2013 at 03:03 AM.
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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    I tried running under su and sudo with livecd
    bash: syntax error near unexpected token 'newline'

    let me run this again...I think I know my error
    Last edited by catnip-gn; October 6th, 2013 at 04:23 PM.

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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    Well...I gave up. I backed up my home directory to another hard drive and went for a fresh install. everything works, except the darned USB 2.0 ports. I selected the USB Legacy and made this Enabled, which was previously on Auto. Still nothing. I'm going to play around with BIOS settings tomorrow and if I don't get it working, i'm getting a new motherboard.

    I appreciate everyone's assistance.

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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    Look at the output of
    Code:
    lsusb
    , if all you usb devices show up, then open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+t) and type the following and then plug in the usb device to see what messages syslog shows:
    Code:
    tail -f /var/log/syslog
    .
    You could just look at syslog directly, but this way you see immediately what happens when you plug in the device.
    When finished viewing for any failed message, type 'Ctrl+c' to exit.

    Also typing 'dmesg' into a terminal might reveal something.
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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    read/64 error, -110 is what in get.

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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    Well....here I am using my new motherboard. After some searching within Ubuntu forums, I found my issue with the USB 2.0. For any future reference, within BIOS - enable the IMMOU.
    Now the odd thing is - my USB 3.0 doesn't work. :^(

    I'll play around with this a little more.

    Now going to work with video settings to get that item squared away.

    So I backed up my /home directory to a separate hard drive. What's the easiset way to recover that?

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    Re: Error: unknown file system with new motherboard

    You can just copy everything back, or mount the /home if a permanent drive from your install.
    Some of the copy commands using rsync.
    To move /home uses rsync- Be sure to use parameters to preserve ownership & permissions
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Pa...ng/Home/Moving
    For info on UEFI boot install & repair:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
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