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Troubleshooting
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Solutiones ad aerumnas
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Resolving problems
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Sometimes things may not work as they should. Luckily, problems encountered while working with Ubuntu are often easily fixed. This chapter is meant as a guide for resolving basic problems users may encounter while using Ubuntu. If you need any additional help beyond what is provided in this chapter, take a look at other support options that are discussed in \seclink{sec:finding-additional-help-and-support} later in this book.
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Troubleshooting guide
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The key to effective troubleshooting is to work slowly, complete all of the troubleshooting steps, and to document the changes you made to the utility or application you are using. This way, you will be able to undo your work, or give fellow users the information about your previous attempts\dash the latter is particularly helpful in cases when you look to the community of Ubuntu users for support.
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Ubuntu fails to start after I've installed Windows
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booting!troubleshooting
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Occasionally you may install Ubuntu and then decide to install Microsoft Windows as a second operating system running side-by-side with Ubuntu. This is supported in Ubuntu, but you might also find after installing Windows that you will no longer be able to start Ubuntu.
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When you first turn on your computer, a ``bootloader'' is responsible for initiating the start of an operating system, such as Ubuntu or Windows.
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\marginnote{A \define{bootloader} is the initial software that loads the operating system when the computer is powered up.}
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