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January 16th, 2011, 07:41 PM
Few days ago I have been on my Ubuntu (currently I am not using it very often, cuz I need to write in MS Office which is actually better in my opinion than OpenOffice, but yes, it is not free:/).
Anyway, when I was starting the system some error occurred (I think it was problem with mounting the filesystem).
I thought I can try once again, so I pressed Alt+Ctrl+Del and it was fine at second time.
Ubuntu asked me for an update, so I accepted it.
It was the kernel update as well, so it asked me to restart the PC.
Since then I cannot run my Linux anymore, because of this error:
Alt+Ctrl+Del Did not help this time, but it removed "the 8 seconds" from this list (don't know why):
By the 8 sec I mean the time when the default system is starting.
Now everytime I have to press enter to accept Win XP.

I'm not sure, but I think it may be something with my "StartUp-Manager from Synaptic package".
I have been advised to do so [http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1509505].
I preferred the easy edit grub list in a text document, but didn't know how to do it with new Grub (is it possible?).
I think since I installed it, it doesn't update my grub (kernel 2.6.31-22) list (maybe I am wrong though, but I'm pretty sure I'm not:/).

Can anyone help me please?

January 17th, 2011, 12:48 PM
Help me please...

January 17th, 2011, 01:00 PM

Maybe that will help