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I`am facing tricky situation here.
I already installed Ubuntu 11.04 from CD, but when I restart pc it should load the Ubuntu OS, but it does`n boot without a CD and when you boot CD the installation process repeats. I though maybe installed was wrong so I tried reinstall, but in the setup I can choose to replace the existing Ubuntu or make a dual boot with it. Hope you can help...
I had win7 and older ubuntu version, but they both bugged too much and I decided to format them both and install 11.04 only. So, now previous OS disappeared and I have new Ubuntu which is installed, but the BIOS can`t boot it.
Ok I just reinstalled Ubuntu and know it goes perfect. Thread is solved, but I don`t know what was wrong before, maybe during the installation process something went. Nevertheless thanks Andrew for help;]