It sounds as if your main partition is corrupted or that something deleted critical system files. As is stated in those posts, have you tried booting with a boot CD? Even if you can't boot from the main drive, you may be able to access your partition from there and rescue your files, copying them to another host.
Yes, but I cannot load ubuntu to try. I did the gparted disk and repaired all discs but it did not work I have googled this problem. I cannot boot into ubuntu though since it's server edition and there is no TRY on the discs.
You should now be able to rescue your files to another host. If you have another Linux VDS, for instance, you could use "scp" or "rsync" to copy files or folders to it. Or, you could start up /etc/init.d/sshd, set a root password with "passwd" and connect with a SFTP client to download the files directly to your client machine.
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