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breaker wrote:Could be a problem with UUID changing and grub trying to find it. At the grub menu, try dropping to a command shell and doing stuff like ls, or ls /boot or ls (hd0,1)/boot, to see if at least grub can access your Mint partition. Change my example (hd0,1) to the location of your Mint /boot partition.
If UUID is a problem, change your menu entry at boot to remove the search for UUID and try again. IF it works, set labels on your Mint partitions and add custom entries to your menu using said labels.
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