mikeyb wrote:Is this a version of mint installed from Windows? Can you boot from your installation CD and at the menu boot from the local hard drive?
rbanavara wrote:This is not a solution to the issue, but to save your data. If you have installed linux separately on a hard disk partition, you can read the data from a live CD. If you can get any linux live CD, you can boot from that CD and mount the linux partition and save the data first.
This way you can be sure your data wont be lost when you attempt repair on your installation (when some one posts the resolution).
jaket-spud wrote:when i was going to switch on my computer and a screen came up saying codeEnd 0x42920