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Old 04-18-2009, 05:30 AM   #1
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After Upgrade showing two Ubuntu in MBR

I performed all ubuntu updates to resolve my resolutions problem but its not working out. but after installing updates I can see 2 ubuntu in boot loader, showing different versions of kernel. my boot loaders shows

Ubuntu kernel generic X.X
Recovery ....
Ubuntu kernel gerneric X.lower version
memory test +
Other boot loader
- windows XP

is there anything to be editited or it should be left at it is?
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The first one is the new kernel.
Boot from the new kernel, and see if everything works OK

If all works ok, you can remove the old kernel using synaptic.
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thanks, i removed the older kernel and now i can bootup from latest one


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