Fatal error when updating blackberry os

I am trying to install it in the first machine for the second day. Once the Windows checks are complete, one might then (re-)install ubuntu's boot manager from the live USB: per: sudo mount /dev/sda6 /mnt ##because ubuntu is installed to 'sda6' sudo grub-install --boot-directory=/mnt /dev/sda ##'sda' because we want grub installed to the MBR sudo umount /mnt ##because you are done, simple as that. Once you are to the desk top open a terminal, as we now need to pick up the Windows install and chain load Windows booting to ubuntu's boot manager.

Downloaded another 32 bits from home and brought a new Flash Drive. This: - from the boot-repair text output: Indicates to me that there is a problem in Windows (sda1).

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The error codes detailed in this topic are returned by the Windows Installer, and have error codes of 1000 or greater.

The error codes numbered 1000 to 1999 are ship errors and must be authored into the Error table. I installed last weekend Ubuntu 14.04 at home and everything went well. It seems to me that every time the installation program tries to write GRUB to sda an error occurs and after that the MBR becomes useless. I`ve done a lot of reading in the forums and already tried: Boot Repair - only managed to recreate Boot record, no success in reinstalling GRUB. Changed some settings in BIOS like Quick Boot, ACPI, and a few others. Boot Repair log is here (did not paste it here because seemed very long to me): Using the MBR option in Boot Repair led me back to being able to run Windows 7. Maybe use Windows' repair utilities (fixmbr and check disks) to repair.I was so impressed I started to migrate the PCs in my firm to Ubuntu. I need it to be installed alongside Linux as a way to ease the adoption from my employee. As then the MBR will be over written by Windows, will require (re-)installing grub to that MBR.If you are really curious and think that you understand how class loading works, I suggest you try some puzzles from Joshua Bloch's Java Puzzlers, it has got some really tricky questions to test your knowledge.though both of them related to Java Classpath they are completely different to each other.The error codes numbered greater than 2000 are internal errors and do not have authored strings, but these can occur if the installation package has been incorrectly authored.

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