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Stuck on Boot Screen

Postby CynDaQuiL on Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:06 am

i have downloaded mint 14 cinnamon 64 bit and running win 7 professional in hp pavilion g6 1102tu....
i have installed linux through migic disc... inside windows,... it asks for reboot but stucks in boot linux mint loading screen... :(
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Re: Stuck on Boot Screen

Postby nomko on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:48 am

CynDaQuiL wrote:i have downloaded mint 14 cinnamon 64 bit and running win 7 professional in hp pavilion g6 1102tu....
i have installed linux through migic disc... inside windows,... it asks for reboot but stucks in boot linux mint loading screen... :(


Please, do not post in bold letters. This is consiered unpolite and as shouting. next time take notice of how to write and post.

As for your problem, there's another topic with the same problem: viewtopic.php?f=90&t=126083

Can you post the content of your boot.ini file here?
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Re: Stuck on Boot Screen

Postby CynDaQuiL on Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:15 pm

nomko wrote:
CynDaQuiL wrote:i have downloaded mint 14 cinnamon 64 bit and running win 7 professional in hp pavilion g6 1102tu....
i have installed linux through migic disc... inside windows,... it asks for reboot but stucks in boot linux mint loading screen... :(


Please, do not post in bold letters. This is consiered unpolite and as shouting. next time take notice of how to write and post.

As for your problem, there's another topic with the same problem: http://forum.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=90&t=126083

Can you post the content of your boot.ini file here?


sorry i am totally new here..and i didnt know that...
and i couldnt find any boot.ini file there... :(
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Re: Stuck on Boot Screen

Postby CynDaQuiL on Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:20 pm

#This file is modified at runtime by bootmenu.nsh

set default=0
echo "Completing the Linux Mint installation."
echo "For more installation boot options, press `ESC' now..."
if sleep --verbose --interruptible 5 ; then
set timeout=0
fi
echo

# TBD try to boot directly from kernel/initrd within the ISO via the grub2 loop module

search -s -f -n /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz

menuentry "Normal mode" {
linux /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz debian-installer/custom-installation=/linuxmint/install/custom-installation iso-scan/filename=/linuxmint/install/installation.iso automatic-ubiquity noprompt quiet splash boot=casper ro debian-installer/locale=en_US.UTF-8 keyboard-configuration/layoutcode=us keyboard-configuration/variantcode= -- rootflags=sync
initrd /linuxmint/install/boot/initrd.lz
}

menuentry "Safe graphic mode" {
linux /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz debian-installer/custom-installation=/linuxmint/install/custom-installation iso-scan/filename=/linuxmint/install/installation.iso automatic-ubiquity noprompt debug debug-ubiquity xforcevesa boot=casper ro debian-installer/locale=en_US.UTF-8 keyboard-configuration/layoutcode=us keyboard-configuration/variantcode= -- rootflags=sync
initrd /linuxmint/install/boot/initrd.lz
}

menuentry "ACPI workarounds" {
linux /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz debian-installer/custom-installation=/linuxmint/install/custom-installation iso-scan/filename=/linuxmint/install/installation.iso automatic-ubiquity noprompt debug debug-ubiquity boot=casper ro debian-installer/locale=en_US.UTF-8 keyboard-configuration/layoutcode=us keyboard-configuration/variantcode= -- rootflags=sync acpi=off noapic nolapic
initrd /linuxmint/install/boot/initrd.lz
}

menuentry "Verbose mode" {
linux /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz debian-installer/custom-installation=/linuxmint/install/custom-installation iso-scan/filename=/linuxmint/install/installation.iso automatic-ubiquity noprompt debug debug-ubiquity boot=casper ro debian-installer/locale=en_US.UTF-8 keyboard-configuration/layoutcode=us keyboard-configuration/variantcode= -- rootflags=sync
initrd /linuxmint/install/boot/initrd.lz
}

menuentry "Demo mode" {
linux /linuxmint/install/boot/vmlinuz iso-scan/filename=/linuxmint/install/installation.iso quiet splash boot=casper ro debian-installer/locale=en_US.UTF-8 keyboard-configuration/layoutcode=us keyboard-configuration/variantcode= -- rootflags=sync
initrd /linuxmint/install/boot/initrd.lz
}


i dont know what i have posted now!!
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Re: Stuck on Boot Screen

Postby nomko on Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:39 am

CynDaQuiL wrote:i dont know what i have posted now!!


Not your boot.ini file of your Windows installation :wink:

I asked for your boot.ini file which is a file created by Windows.
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