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#1 wseng92

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Posted 24 April 2018 - 11:53 AM

When I start my PC , I get errors as shown in image below

 

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 In the GRUB menu, after I select the Recovery mode, the same message errors appear again.



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Posted 24 April 2018 - 12:26 PM

What Linux version are you using?

Hardware?


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Posted 24 April 2018 - 11:07 PM

What Linux version are you using?

Hardware?

Ubuntu 16.04. Is software



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Posted 25 April 2018 - 05:00 AM

It's basically saying "I can't find the device that you say has the root filesystem on it".  Double check that the entries in grub are correct.

Asking about the hardware is a reasonable question because we don't know if it's a laptop, desktop, did you install into a multiboot configuration,

did you install to a USB drive, are you trying to run a Live CD?

 

So a few questions that make people better able to help you:

1.  What hardware is this installed on?

2.  UEFI or BIOS boot?

3.  Whole disk for Linux or a multiboot system?

4.  Was this the first time Linux was installed?

5.  If not the first time, did it ever work?


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