As this may involve Linux I feel it is ok for me to reply here and start the ball rolling with some questions.
How did you install Ubuntu With WUBI?
Did you create a partition manually?
Or did you just boot from CD DVD USB and install along side?
Did you first Defragment you HDD?
How is Ubuntu running? Any Problems?
The answers to these questions may give us some idea on how to proceed. Also people who are skilled with Windows will have questions for you.
Now This is Important.
Is Ubuntu bootable? If it is boot it up and use it to back up your my documents folder to some external media . It is possible that Windows may have been damaged during the install. Then again It may just be something simple with Windows.
but details are important.
Yes they are. Here's what we ask for in the Linux section.
When you ask for support you should also include as much information about the problem as possible. Including all of the important details in your first post will greatly speed up the entire support process and allow our volunteers to better assist you. While you may think a particular error message isn't very helpful, it may be the key to resolving your issue. Some details we are looking for would include, but not be limited to:
- Your distribution's name (Mint, Ubuntu, Debian, etc), version (17, 14.04, 7, etc), and architecture (32-bit, 64-bit).
- Provide relevant information about your physical hardware or installed software.
- Share relevant log files, screenshots, detailed error messages, or anything else that could be used to troubleshoot your issue.
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Edited by NickAu1, 22 November 2014 - 05:22 AM.