After the installation of Mint 17.2, computer won't boot at all. Come to screen saying "insert media / device"
Toshiba c55d - B5241
Secure boot - - OFF
All the basics have been done, don't insult my intelligence.
I changed the boot sequence to the HDD and disabled everything else. Still no help
Tried mounting the sda2 (which is my ext4)
Uhm, whenever i try to install grub2 to that partition, it says "probe failed, installing i386"
Afterwards, it just says some BS about /cow.
Tried reinstalling (not sarcastically), about 12 times. No avail. Tried 2 different DVDs, all my usb drives, and even an SD card. Nothing works.
Tried updating (sudo update whatever), multiple failures.
Right now i'm booted into Mint Live on the usb, trying to work the partitions. NO avail. Currently, based off of the basic mint install (not side by side, complete wipe of the hard drive) here is a list of my partitions:
sda 1 fat32 512 mb
sda 2 ext4 ~500GB
SDA3 LINUX-SWAP 3.44 gb
1 mb of unallocated space.
Pretty much about done with this, will go to win7 if this isn't solved, and won't look back at linux / ubuntu.
I've tried for years to get ubuntu to proper install on a multitude of systems and it's never worked. So, if this "community" has the ability to help me and change me over to a better operating system, y'all might have my support in the the future.