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teo1978 (teo8976) wrote on 2015-08-14: #287 Running sudo dpkg-reconfigure grub-efi-amd64 this is the first question I get and I am already lost │ The following Linux command line was extracted from My guess is that, since I have two hard drives, the system is trying to start from the wrong drive where an old version of GRUB is installed. Ubuntu 14.04 Update breaks grub, resulting in "error: symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found" https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...2/+bug/1289977 You need to use dpkg-reconfigure grub-pc instead of grub-install directly, so that the system knows that it needs Upgrade to 14.04 server (do not reboot ! ) 4. navigate here

Peter Totleben, O.P. (peter-totleben) wrote on 2014-10-28: #250 Download full text (10.2 KiB) Note that this problem also exists in Ubuntu 14.10. Peace... Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled Log in / Register Ubuntugrub2 package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers Ubuntu 14.04 Update breaks grub, resulting in "error: symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found" That's my experience.

Grub Rescue Grub_term_highlight_color Not Found

erty (ertymail) wrote on 2014-04-01: #5 im just installed ubuntu server (2014.04.01 build) on clean machin, and see this grub-rescue message right after first reboot. After the utility completed, I was able to successfully boot the system. error: symbol 'grub_xpuls' not found3Insmod error in grub: symbol not found:grub_realidt0Dual-boot system stopped booting to both SO3symbol 'grub_isprint' not found, error on boot, cannot use computer1Failed install of 14.04 which has Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information.

Adv Reply April 29th, 2014 #8 pa-card View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2014 Beans 2 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 upgrade error: "symbol I've installed Ubuntu 14.04 with Secure Boot and UEFI enabled and with secure boot and UEFI disabled with the same results as above. This is a bug guys, now fix it. Grub Rescue Commands I've removed it and now it works perfectly.

error: symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found. Error Symbol 'grub_divmod64_full' Not Found After manual grub install it works well, when removing/adding a kernel grub brakes something during the update... Any progress on that? You are just making stuff up, and dismissing people's problems solely on the basis of your fabrications.

Install Ubuntu 10.04 server 2. Boot-repair-disk The message informed me that the disk that grub was originally installed to was no longer present. If you fixed it by manually reinstalling grub outside the package system again, then you will face the problem again. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 iQEcBAEBCgAGBQJUUE92AAoJENRVrw2cjl5RA1oIAK2UTMf/t6FtADGgK8VPiAma 1nbLe3k3VG4o8M5TmsCi+IPmM+8lcnkdoqChErWX/PG2U9eKxvh25GTMaFFsc5QO iu5u4h7b5v9ROYeCqH3vt4Zj1ifrMKhzORRMkkOv09A1u/6PVKGc0HLIvamFMF4c QcLzgFLwEnPI7uBxkRXLIbO3EIKeVPWF4P7ROc9zAD9ggx6rU33qmNYJpd7by1vd /+V+vc5GqsAOdRaHR00fWHSZ7vkjG1le5pgBaaQEmHEmo3lugJH1Tm8nMfApYeoV But if I try to boot linux manually I get still the same error grub rescue> set prefix=(hd0,gpt8)/boot/grub grub rescue> set root=(hd0,gpt8)/ grub rescue> insmod normal error: symbol 'grub_term_highlight_color' not found

Error Symbol 'grub_divmod64_full' Not Found

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Product key now in UEFI http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-33642_7...-product-keys/ http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...2-b3f191b9370c You do have to run the repairs from inside your install not the live installer. check over here I followed the instructions provided in some of the comments above by some other victim of the issue. Phillip Susi (psusi) wrote on 2014-11-03: #273 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 11/1/2014 11:13 AM, cogset wrote: > Did you have a look at this other bug > https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/1311247 No; ubiquity installs it just fine. Super Grub Disk

Am I right in assuming that /boot is a real, physical folder of that partiton? So, I downgraded to Grub 2.00 and everything worked perfectly fine for me. Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. his comment is here Grub recognized all my partitions again as it was supposed to.

I tried the simple "sudo grub-install --recheck /dev/sdX" way. No need for magic wand or unicorns, just a few checks. Based on what I've been reading about this general issue, it seems Ubuntu 14.04 *should* install ok with Secure Boot and UEFI either enabled or both disabled but I can't seem

FYI, in the future, grub updates will probably break because you used grub-install manually.

Teo (teo1978) wrote on 2014-10-30: #263 > If you fixed it correctly so the package system knows > where it needs to reinstall it in the future, then you won't > Of that jumble I did spend some time trying to carefully look into quite a few before it became clear to me that they fall into basically the same category, with I have a Dell Inspiron laptop with UEFI and a Windows 8 partition. (Earlier I had already turned off SecureBoot in my computer's Setup). wrote: > The problem here is actually a bug that is internal to grub itself, > and not to Ubuntu, per se.

FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Forum Governance Forum Staff Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct Forum The primary computer's harddrive has Windows 7 on it, and I'm running Lubuntu from a thumbdrive installation. (Short version as to why: the computer's not mine, I'm just on long term After quit a bit of fussing, I have Ubuntu-Gnome 14.10 up and running, and can again successfully dual-boot Windows 8. weblink Let's pretend this never happens.