I have a dual boot system with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 - both 64 bit. Windows is in the beginning of the disk and Ubuntu comes after it.
The rest of the info on my disk is in the logs below.
"blkid" output: ________________________________________________________________
Device UUID TYPE LABEL
/dev/sda1 01CBEA95730D28A0 ntfs PQSERVICE
/dev/sda2 01CBEA95760F9330 ntfs SYSTEM RESERVED
/dev/sda3 01CBEA9D4476C2F0 ntfs Acer #Windows
/dev/sda5 98E8B14DE8B12A80 ntfs
/dev/sda6 e3729117-b936-4c1d-9883-aee73dab6729 swap
/dev/sda7 1384cee0-6a71-4b83-b0d3-1338db925168 ext4 #Ubuntu
Yesterday I have moved and resized my partitions on my laptop and today I had a problem with booting to Ubuntu (12.04) so I decided to give Live USB (Ubuntu 12.04) a go. I checked and the disk is working fine. Then I have tried to repair the boot with boot-repair. First it allegedly fixed it but I was still unable to boot then I have decided to "repair the MBR" and I am now able to boot into Windows but I do not get the grub menu.
What options should I choose to make my machine bootable to Ubuntu again ?
Here are 2 of my boot - repair logs.