The error you are receiving seems to be a drive mount issue. There are several threads on ubuntu forums covering this exact issue and next time you need to practice your searchfu prior to posting.
Use the command
to find your drive letter information. It should be something like /dev/sdaXCode:fdisk -l
Read the whole thread and follow the solution provided here:
[all variants] SOLUTION: Alert! /dev/disk/by-uuid/ ...<your UUID>.... does not exist - Ubuntu Forums