I have Ubuntu 20.04 LTE dual-boot loaded on my Windows 10 Home OS and after selecting " UBUNTU " as the OS I want to boot to, it fails. How do I repair my Ubuntu installation? I have the current Ubuntu 20.04 LTE *.iso file downloaded and on my Desktop. Help!
We need a little more detail to be of much help. What exactly fails. What happens when you try to boot to Ubuntu? Do you get a blank screen any error messages, ETC. ? Was it working before?
Could you please post a lot of screenshots of what you are experiencing? Otherwise, we are not able to properly help you help yourself.
Is Win 10 ‘security’ stopping Ubuntu?
Welcome to the site.
As you’ve already read in the replies, more information is needed in order to diagnose. It goes without saying , dual booting is inherently problematic.
It would also be helpful to know what hardware you’re using.
Ubuntu 20.04 LTE was a verified download, flashed to a 3.o USB 64 GB drive, loaded just fine on a NEW 3TB SATA HDD, appeared to load fine, but when the computer was restarted, I ONLY get a blinking underscore_cursor in the upper left-hand corner of my display. System: AMD 3.8 GHz CPU, 32 GB SDRAM, HP small-form desktop. Any ideas? Tks JEFF7650
No is is NOT “stopping” Ubunu… JEFF7650
No, I cannot. System is down/dead. Tks anyway. JEFF7650
Newly installed 3TB SATA HDD on HP small form desktop, 3.8 GHz CPU, 32 GB SDRAM. Just get a blinking cursor. Tks. JEFF7650
DEAD ISSUE: I wiped the HDD and reloaded a fresh Ubuntu 20.04 LTE. Tks all. JEFF7650
VERY good news. Sorry for all the headaches. It’s all part of Linux Learning.