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We are also aware of some cases where the UEFI boot entries from the Grub update, (ie regardless of the BIOS update), that could not be created correctly.We also know about such documented cases with both X9SCM-F and X9DR7-LN4F motherboards with Ubuntu Launchpad. If there are missing UEFI boot entries after the core update they can be restored as described below after restarting the system.The problem can also occur alongside a BIOS or Grub update.This article shows you how to make the startup entries again.In particular, it may not now, by default, automatically select the right boot menu option when you next reboot…which you’re probably just about to do because you’ve just upgraded everything.When I select the boot drive, it is booting with the latest kernel. ---- I re-read and found more details; the below section assumes you couldn't boot ---- Since you cannot boot, you can try two things: Edit the manually, or boot a rescue-disk/live-cd and run grub-mkconfig.The first option requires you know the name of the new kernel file or can find it (like with a rescue-disk/live-cd).

Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.2.6-3.fc16.i686 Found initrd image: /boot/initramfs-3.2.6-3.fc16.i686Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-3.1.0-7.fc16.i686 Found initrd image: /boot/initramfs-3.1.0-7.fc16.i686No volume groups found Found Ubuntu 11.10 (11.10) on /dev/sda2 done but my doesn't contain any entry for Ubuntu!! EDIT: I solved by booting ubuntu live-cd and upgrading existing ubuntu install.

The credit for much of the following goes to him: I’m just reposting a summary to make it more widely discoverable.

If you upgrade your Linux installation, which on Ubuntu/Debian you might do with something like this: then you may find that your kernel (linux-image package) and GRUB bootloader configuration have been updated.

To avoid this problem, use separate partitions for /boot for both os , only install one of it's grub on MBR and when logged into one of the OS (OS with grub on MBR) , update grub. The one that does not have the ubuntu entries will be the one that your bios is looking at, and is not being updated with your command.

This is where my Secure Core Tiano efi looks for the config files for booting. What I am suggesting is that you look in your boot folder. The that does contain the ubuntu entries is where you keep writing with the above command.

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