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Solved-No init found. Try passing init=bootarg

Solved-No init found. Try passing init=bootarg 

Suddenly while working in laptop/desktop with Ubuntu OS, the screen gets stuck un- responsive and it takes you no where except you think of force restarting the machine.

and now the machine starts with another error like in Image-1

 

ubuntuerror
Image – 1

with much R&D I tried to log in through recovery mode but it didn’t get me in to that also, where as I have fixed many of the issues through recovery mode.

Then I tried from log in using Ubuntu DVD and ran some of commands below.

Solutions – Put the Ubuntu DVD and try till it shows Try Ubuntu and Install now

You can select Try Ubuntu

then it will load a virtual Ubuntu  desktop for you.

Open Terminal and type

#sudo fdisk -l (to check selected device name)

You will get result like this

/dev/sda1 * 1 20224 232776703+ 53 Linux
/dev/sda2 30128 32302 1208287+ 4 Extended

then run this command to fix the issue, It will check and fix the HDD issue

#sudo fsck /dev/sda1 then press ENTER

Once it finishes checking type this command to restart the machine

#sudo shutdown -r now

It will restart the machine with no error…

To add to this also this above solution will work out to solve the error

“Unable to found 316 GB volume.”

Attached image – 2

Image - 2
Image – 2

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Durga Charan Ojha
I am a proud Indian, proud father, a blogger, Being in a profession as System administrator, my passion is troubleshooting computer issues, I do like sharing solutions through blogging making videos of solving issues.
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