How to Rescue, Repair and Reinstall GRUB Boot Loader in Ubuntu

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2 Responses

  1. Mohammad says:

    In below part of your post you said “before the quiet string” but the correct is “after the quiet string“. please check it out.

    4. Next, edit Ubuntu live image boot options by using the keyboard arrows to move the cursor just before the quiet string and write the following sequence as illustrated in the below screenshot.

  2. Julian says:

    I think this information is not valid for modern SSD machines. In my system /dev/sda (/dev/sda1) is an external hard disk. The internal hard disk from which the OS boots is /dev/nvme0n1.

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