Boot Problem Tags: Boot Ubuntu Last response: October 23, 2010 2:10 AM in Linux/Free BSD Share sraiyer October 22, 2010 10:52:46 AM Hello, I have screwed the MBR after I installed OSL2000 Boot Manager. This OSL2000 BM does not boot my Ubuntu. Therefore I removed it. After I removed it the system boots directly into my Windows 7. There is no trace of my Ubuntu. Please help More about : boot problem skittle October 22, 2010 6:40:15 PM boot into livecd, and reinstall grub2 m 0 l buwish October 23, 2010 2:10:49 AM The title of this topic has been edited by Buwish m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedUnique Problem - Replacing pirated copy of widows 8.1 with a genuine version, while changing the boot drive to a new SSD Forum SolvedSSD boot problem. Forum SolvedClassic "Computer won't boot" problem, already performed series of diagnoses. Forum SolvedComputer won't boot ( Problem with the CPU ) Forum SolvedLenovo Z500 Boot problem after downgrading from windows 8 Forum SolvedProblem Boot (image change) Forum SolvedAsrocks H81M - Strange boot problem Forum SolvedAcer M3985 upgrade with 750ti - Boot problem on BIOS Forum SolvedBoot Priorities problem: SSD & HDD Forum Solvedpackard bell imedia boot problem Forum SolvedNew AMD CPU boot problem Forum SolvedProblem here with System and Boot Partition.. Forum SolvedProblem with dual boot... Forum SolvedGigabyte boot problem Z87X-UD3H error code 15 Forum SolvedCold boot problem pleas help. Forum SolvedBooting Problem of Linux in windows boot loader Forum SolvedBoot problem with Windows 7 Home Premium Forum SolvedThe Boot problem Forum SolvedOdd boot up problem Forum SolvedWindows Boot Problem Forum More resources !