Last release is: 0.9766Quote from: P. During the Ubuntu USB hard drive installation process, Grub was accidently moved from the internal hard drive to their external hard drive, rendering the original Linux system unbootable without the external That is a bug in the controller firmware not Ubuntu. -- Grub - Error 21 returned https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/8978 You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber of a duplicate No luck. http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-17-usb-boot.html
Use the mailing list till I unfreeze it » Super Grub(2) Disk Support Boards » Super Grub(2) Disk (English) » dual boot gone wrong grub error 21 SMF 2.0.9 | Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! Does anyone have any information or is this project dead? The manual fix is definitely not user friendly. :( > Yes, same here: I have used HPT370 since RH8 w/o problems. a fantastic read
From what I read in a post on the grub mailing list it seems like the location might vary, possibly depending on the controller bios version being used. When you boot up let it mount the drive, once your at prompt, type grub , then setup as normal. now you have to edit your grub file so you don't have to manually change the hd and sd every time you start a. Is it a RISC computer or a typo?it is a typo. 1.8 mhz.QuoteQuote I have tried to copy it on to a 1gb USB key chain (that admittedly has a lot
Lloyd (lwcary-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2007-12-02: #29 THANS for your prompt reply! This error is returned when my HDD in plugged on a "RAID" IDE. (By the way, I don't use RAID, it's a single disk). Ever since then, I can not boot my Ubuntu computer. For example, with the hardware RAID I was using, the BIOS presented the RAID device as the first drive to Grub, effectively hiding the two drives that made up the RAID.
the penguin View Public Profile Find all posts by the penguin #5 17th February 2007, 05:56 AM the penguin Offline Registered User Join Date: Feb 2007 Posts: 4 Russell Straddler on 2008/12/02, 02:15:54 amOn the second install, I changed the "boot loader" from "(hd0)" to "/dev/sdb5 Ubuntu 8.10," thinking that might make a difference. I can't mount OS (Vista's partition) but I can mount HP_RECOVERY. when the file opens, change all hd and sd entries to the same entries that you just used in the startup screen (most likely hd0,0 and sda1) c.
Join Date Mar 2008 Beans 335 Re: Grub error 21, dual boot from external harddrive. Offline #7 2012-07-08 19:41:34 cumali Member Registered: 2012-03-19 Posts: 7 Re: Grub error Loading stage1.5, error 21 Tryhttp://archtr.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=8#p11 http://archtr.org/forum/index.php Offline Pages: 1 Index »Installation »Grub error Loading stage1.5, error 21 Board Russell Straddler Logged adrian15 Administrator Hero Member Posts: 833 Please test Rescatux and report back feedback... I'm getting a Grub 1.5 Error 21 after a Ubuntu USB hard drive install: We received this email the other day from someone who was trying to do a full Ubuntu
FedoraForum.org is privately owned and is not directly sponsored by the Fedora Project or Red Hat, Inc. weblink When Ubuntu is nearly finish with the install.. Password Linux - General This Linux forum is for general Linux questions and discussion. I received Error 21 on an empty disk installed in my computer.
Russell Straddler on 2008/12/02, 23:52:27 pmHi!Thanks for writing back. I have been all over the 'net and no one seems to be able to help. As before, when the usb hard drive was plugged in at boot up, nothing happened--the system just hangs.I suppose that there is not any bootloader on the usb hard drive mbr.Quote navigate here Change the association in your preferences.(save)super_grub_disk_english_usb_0.9766.tar.gz is now on the desktopthe I opened a terminal and typedCode: [Select]mount
which resulted inCode: [Select]/proc on /proc type proc (rw)
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This seems to be a bug that has NEVER BEEN FIXED. Eventually, the goal is to exist entirely in Ubuntu, but for the time being there is still some windows what not that needs to happen for the next short while.Here are Then I changed the bios to boot Windows XP from the internal hard drive and still no luck.Then, like a fool, I installed Ubuntu again on my external hard drive--now there
GRUB is just getting between the BIOS and the Windows Bootloader. Got RAID disabled in BIOS, to no avail. I followed this person's grub solution problem: http://ow.ly/1zF5 (If in fact, with your particular problem, when you start, you see an options screen to choose which 'instance' of your O.S. IDE disk is recognised in win xp and working fine, but strange, BIOS has some problems with this.
Found that I could boot to the cd if running live from the cd. Didn't a window appeared when you plugged in the usb disk?adrian15 Logged If you have liked this piece of advice please consider donating to the Super Grub Disk project. How to solve the complex equation? his comment is here Now I get GRUB error 17!
Just sick about this really. I recovered the partion table with fdisk, but after a lot of time it destroyed again. You are welcome to get a wiki account and improve it wherever you think it is needed.adrian15 Logged If you have liked this piece of advice please consider donating to the Chris Daygan (sheerzeal) wrote on 2009-03-28: #51 Download full text (3.2 KiB) I had this problem last night, and found this thread, and eventually, via some comments on this thread and
When i rebooted it immediately said "SATA3 device not found, F1 to continue, F2 to enter setup. Adv Reply February 18th, 2009 #4 redroad55 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Tea Glorious Tea! The only thing I can boot into now is the Live CD. –Moshe Jan 13 '10 at 0:24 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote accepted I installed Windows 7 Everything was fine until last night I installed EEEkubuntu > to a > UsB drive.
the exact display on the screen is Code: GRUB Loading stage1.5.