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My friend was trying to install ubuntu on his chromebook and turned it off halfway through and messed it up [EXTREMELY URGENT]

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Title explains everything. He is really upset so i desperately need help. Thanks.


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did it turn off because it ran out of power?
because usually during OS installations it is normal for the PC to turn off and restart itself


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Enderman said:

did it turn off because it ran out of power?
because usually during OS installations it is normal for the PC to turn off and restart itself

No he didn't know what he was doing and wanted to turn it off.

 

2 minutes ago, Majestic said:

Just restart the installation? If it stopped recognizing the drive, pull it out, format it, and put it back.

Trying that now.


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You should be able to just restart the installation from the USB (unless the USB has been corrupted) then you will have to create a new bootable ubuntu usb and start again but don't worry nothing should be permanently dead haha.


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