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It should work for you------Windows 7: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible 0xc000000fCould be an issue with the Bios incorrectly setting the ide configuration.For example if you have installed in IDE mode an the moved to AHCi.Happen to me one time. Changed back to the correct setting, system booted fine.------Change boot entry names and grub background?Grub customizer is a untested buggy and dangerous program. It simply duplicates entries and does not seem to work. Maintainers were wise enough to keep it out of the os, so beware. Just copy image to boot/grub and update-grub------Trying to boot from usbTry using dd to send the iso image to usb driveIs so important that add the bs8M to make it work!And check that /dev/sdb is the device where you have the usb flash drivedo it with------How do you kill the Windows Defender has been turned off boot message?You need to turn off Defender from within Defender. 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If this doesn't work look in your BIOS settings and enable legacy option------Saving random seed on restart/shutdown, and restoring it during system bootJust a few lines below the Short-Description you quoted, /etc/init.d/urandom notes some assumptions about the secrecy:Later in that file, where the seed is written to disk, there is a comment:which is worth reading but includes:------Boot from USB option doesn't pop upWhen you first power it on and you hit F9 to select a boot device you don't see USB as an option? 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I can't remember what it looks like its been a while, but its pretty self explanatory.Good Luck and happy Ubuntuing!------Boot Error message when booting Ubuntu 9.10 from USB sticks (Occurs only on 1 PC)I guess you should use universial usb-installer as recommended in the official site of ubuntu.and I came across this problem too. But I guess that's because some pc or server board recognised the usb as a usb hard disk!------Boot from flash drive stuck on first screenI experienced the same problem, and it turns out I was using the 64 bit installer on an old laptop that only supported 32 bit. When using a DVD to install, it provided a helpful error, but the USB installer just froze------Dual boot questionNever mind, I did using:And it shows now with a different UUID, GRUB2 has been customized using grub-customizer and triple checked that the UUIDs of the 2 boot drives were different.Thanks for the suggestion though, it was very helpful------Is there a particular UX benefit of the Android Marshmallow boot screen preloader?I would say the fact that you got amused was exactly what Google were aiming for. Instead of deep sighs waiting for your phone to load this distracted you as the phone booted up, which therefore created a positive experience! :)------Ubuntu isnt in the boot list anymore?I Recommend you Check This out: And Make a boot rescue disk.If you just want the Easy Steps On How to fix your grub, Check This Out:------can't boot windows 8.1 after installing ubuntuIt seems like Grub2 (v1.99) is installed in the boot sector of sda2 ntfs partition.So you have to repair your windows boot files and then run boot-repair.See this solution for repairing your windows boot files and reinstall grub2.------Why does my system only boot after full power down?The cause for such problems is often hardware, so you might consider using arepair-shop that can test swapping out various parts.The more common causes are:What you can do:If you find nothing, the repair-shop may do better.------Cannot Boot to USB with PCChips A13G MotherboardDepending on the device descriptors on your USB stick, and whether its formatted with or without a partition table, it may be reported as removable or a fixed disk. Many old BIOSes may only be compatible with one particular scheme------Booting up Overwatch stuck on blank screen?I've had this problem for 6 months now, PTR and Live.I have a Windows 10 box, and what I do when I encounter this isI've had to repeat this process 6-7 times sometimes before it works, but it always eventually works------What is the easiest way to boot Linux from a USB drive on Intel Mac?Apple doesn't want it to be easy!!!You can perhaps ask the rEFIt devs to make the specific process you want a bit easier, but I don't think you can get without having to install something to circumvent Apple-imposed restrictions------Installing embedded pfsense, stuck at boot loaderThat's where it switches to the serial console, that's normal. Plug up your serial console and it will continue from there. Also you shouldn't be using that old release, get 1.2.3 release at a minimum, and 2.0 is preferred at this point.------Stop Apache2 from restarting on port 80 on bootAs described in the comments by AdminBee, you need to disable the service on an Ubuntu version with systemd:Use enable to enable the service again.You can then still start/stop the service manually with orif you need it------Windows 8 EFI boot issueTry not using the "All" part of selecting the firmware in BCDBoot. Had the same problem, but selected just UEFI (my machine has it) and it worked! If you have BIOS just useOr for UEFI useTell me how that goes------How to change BIOS/UEFI settings when keyboard is disabled during bootThere must definitely be an option(namely 'Auto') in the Boot tab of your BIOS, the PC disables the power on boot for all USB ports other than the ones in which the mouse and keyboard (only wired) are plugged------Wearing football boots too big?with that your would have problem in passing and shooting and also getting a good acuuracy as the boot will be keep moving and shaking so what i think you should do is return them and get a better one------Can PC boot fom Mac OS X Extended Journaled?You cannot boot to Mac OS X from a non-Mac, regardless of what the underlying filesystem is. Or, if you're looking to go that way, why do you want to put Windows on a Mac OS X Extended Journaled filesystem?------Dual boot write permission problemYou can find your answer here. Ubuntu mounts external ntfs drive as read-only?Ensure you have ntfs-3g installedsudo apt-get install ntfs-3gRemount the windows partitionFind Windows partition lsblk -f Mount Windows partitionsudo mount -t ntfs /dev/sda# /mnt/windows------Server died in power outage - now won't bootthe beep codes are there for a reason! they tell you whats wrong. The best thing to do is check the computer manufacturers website, however you didnt provide that info. Check this out though, it will give you an idea.------RAID 1 on Boot Disk Recoveryinto raid one you don't access the drives directlybut trough a second layer so you should not be worryFYI describes as well the way to install grub which isthe boot loader.------Boot failure after upgrading to Ubuntu 15.04Maybe grub is configured badly:Create a super grub2 disk ( usb drive.Boot from the usb drive and try to start ubuntu.If it works, run update-grub and try booting without the usb drive.------Intel UEFI firmware hiding operating systems depending on boot orderInstall rEFInd and reboot. Select Windows (which was the leftmost option on the top row for me) to boot Windows or Qubes Xen some version number (which was the rightmost option on the top row for me) to boot Qubes------Activate ssh server on bootSystemd does socket activation, so that the service is started when the socket comes into use. Due to this, you may not actually see an sshd process running after you reboot. Actually sshing to the system should start the daemon.------How to set the hostname with a script at boot for Debian Jessie?Check you gave execution right to your scriptWhy don't you use the DHCP option 12 instead? can also add the deb-conf variable "hostname" as a kernel parameter in the "append" line i.e------Lenovo T500 2081 won't boot with 4GB SODIMMYou have two major possibilties:If you want to examine the dump file that the BSOD makes, you may find some valuable information. Check out this good thread for some insight into how to use Windows Debugger to do that------Kali Linux USB Boot ProblemsDo not use UNETBOOTIN, use Win32 Disk Imager if you are using Windows, or dd if you are using linux like so, after verifying the path of the USB storage:source, official kali website:------Unknown device in boot loaderIt seems that days before you installed Ubuntu and it's still in your boot menu, you can edit this menu from windows by System Configuration (use msconfig config in Run) or use other 3rd party programs like EasyBCD. Good luck------Ubuntu Boot-Repair in USB duplicateYou can install Boot-Repair to the Ubuntu on the disk as long as it is a persistent Ubuntu install, (mkusu).Boot the disk open terminal and type:If you want a disk that boots Ubuntu and Boot-Repair separately try MultiBootUSB------OCZ Vertex 3 SSD boot failureTo summarize all the comments we have made.Your SSD seems to be dead on arrival and needs to be RMAed/returned, however, it may just be a BIOS issue. After installing the most recent BIOS please update you question.