Seeing the ‘failed to load ldlinux.c32’ error when trying to boot your Linux machine can be panic-inducing. But don’t worry – this is a recoverable error!
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll cover what causes this syslinux bootloader error, how to access recovery modes, solutions like reinstalling syslinux and fixing the boot record, and steps to recover or reset BIOS/EFI boot configurations.
Follow along to learn how to diagnose and repair ldlinux.c32 problems so you can get your Linux system booting properly again. Let’s overcome this failed bootloader error for good!
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