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This is where I have to say thanks to both [Talkington], who has been helping me out with my assembly, and [J Lister], for providing me with a new motherboard. I have been wanting to test out a new board, so on Saturday I decided to give it a go. Sadly I didn’t get any good pictures, as I had no tripod to steady it, but I took some video. When I first fired it up it defaulted to windows. Not really sure why as I have never changed any of the options, but I switched it over and it came up in GRUB. The only problem now is that I cannot boot into Ubuntu. I have tried numerous fixes, but nothing has worked. I am thinking that this may be due to how new my installation was, as everything worked fine in Windows. So I am thinking about wiping the partition and going back to the way it was. The partitions are as follows; I would like to know if there are any other suggestions for fixing this problem? Thanks for reading, Carl. I'm having a similar issue. I am able to boot into Ubuntu fine, but it freezes after logging in and I have to reboot. I have tried going into recovery mode, but it's the same thing. I have tried all of the solutions suggested, but I cannot get it to boot into Ubuntu at all. It still reboots at GRUB though. I have put in a Ubuntu CD and selected "Boot from first hard disk" and it boots into the CD fine. Once I'm on the CD I am able to access everything I need to. I am having a similar issue. I am able to boot into Ubuntu fine, but it freezes after logging in and I have to reboot. I have tried going into recovery mode, but it's the same thing. I have tried going into recovery mode, but it's the same thing. I am thinking that this may be due to how new my installation was, as everything worked fine in Windows. So I am thinking about wiping the partition and going back to the way it was. The partitions are as follows; Yes, that's the problem. New installs cannot be used when you want to run Ubuntu. You need to use a tool called GParted to wipe it all away and start again. I am having a similar issue. I am able to boot into Ubuntu fine,

 

 

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