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"Minimal bash like line editing is supported" error on startup

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#1 Cursed Chico

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 03:25 AM

i have windows 7 with old harddisk.
Sometimes, when i was booting, at first screen where it says
slave 1 :
master 1 
it was showing empty of my hdd. (master 1)
SO i was restarting again it, until it could see my hdd for master.
BUt 2 days ago i changed the cable where i put in on mobo for my hdd to fix this.
And then i get this error minimal bash error.
MOBO has 4 slots of sata.
I have only win7 original. I dont have ubuntu or linux.
Hdd is 160 gb hdd with 3 drives.
after i got this, i put ubuntu live usb and i selected try ubuntu and when i was on that os, i could see my 3 drives. So there seems no problem for hdd as i guess.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 14 March 2017 - 05:30 AM

Seems to be a GRUB error, See Here.


I can't tell you much beyond that...I have no experience with GRUB.



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