I even tried to reinstall Ubuntu but "Error parsing PCC subspaces from PCCT" appears.

I have tried so many things by googling, including deleting the partition that contain all of the Ubuntu data.

Now everytime I try to even boot into Ubuntu, it brings me to GNU GRUB screen.

Can someone guide me in fixing this??

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  • If you even deleted old partition than your actual problem "Cannot install ubuntu". I recommend to add information: a) your hardware, b) which version of ubuntu you're trying to install – Alex Yu Aug 14 at 17:38
  • Was the old Motherboard running in BIOS mode and the new one in UEFI mode? That would explain a lot. – Fabby Aug 14 at 18:02
  • I am not sure if the old one was running in BIOS mode but it does seem that the new one is running on UEFI mode. How can I fix this? – Mario Serrano Aug 14 at 21:19
  • probably relevant: askubuntu.com/questions/670509/… Also, try googling the error message – cas Aug 15 at 3:02

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