Changed CPU, Ubuntu won't boot!
I'm about to put the old CPU back in but I doubt it will help.
Today I received an Athlon XP 2100+ in the mail to replace the 3000+ I had installed in my Linux server. The 3000+ will be going into a different PC.
So I installed the 2100+ into the server, motherboard auto detected it just fine. The kernel starts to boot and...
Error27: Unrecognized command
Press any key to continue...
From what I've found "savedefault" is what Grub is no longer recognizing (don't know why swapping CPUs would cause that) so I removed it and tried booting only to get:
-- System halted
The same thing happens if I try to boot in recovery mode, too.
So I tried popping in the Ubuntu LiveCD and get the crc error again.
Any clue what's going on? Did I zap the hard drive or memory some how?