Unmountable Boot Volume
@iMav, I told you long back to do this:
But I guess you've wasted enough time with which you could have reinstalled 10 times over. Seems like it's ROYALLY Screwed somewhere, so better do what I suggested, or yes, you can keep trying as @praka has given all the possible advises.Cyrus_the_virus said:Use apt-on CD and back up all your installed programs. Reinstall ubuntu with the new DVD you got. Install apt-on CD and reinstall all your programs back automatically. (should be possible within an hour)
You have to screw around couple of times before you can stop fiddling with settings in linux. Like we all mentioned, Linux is for geeks, so unless you know what setting you are fiddling with, never change it. Guess, you changed something somewhere which was not supposed to be changed. So, take this as a lesson and reinstall it. This is open source which means you can change almost any part of the OS and when you change something you don't know.. you end up in a situation where you are now at.
I had to reinstall twice before I learnt to keep my hand off the x.org conf file or keep several backups of it. So, take this as your first lesson and do what is mentioned above rather than wasting anymore time trying to figure it out as I can see you've already wasted more than 3 days on this.