The controller writes to the boot drive in the area of the disk (first cylinder?) and grub also wants to write to the first 16 sectors. You can remove hiddenmenu option in grub.conf file to make it appear. You can change the default setting (default will be hd0) so that GRUB Stage 1 installs to the external, not the internal drive. 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). http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-24.html
Kevin Pijpers (kevin-pijpers) wrote on 2009-02-24: #49 This bug happens to me with only one hard drive without any other OS. Many hours later but I am so happy. I figured that wouldn't cause any problems. Have not reinstalled ubuntu to date, but did have to reinstall windows operating system as the mbr appeared to be destroyed by the intallation of ubuntu.
but i got a error 22??.. Then, when you run grub-install, you'd say Code: grub-install --root-directory=/dev/hd?/new_partition /dev/hda ... By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Because the grub might have been loaded in the internal hard disk (check /etc/grub.conf). error 21 I'm stuck! Reply With Quote 30-Jan-2009,20:08 #5 smpoole7 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Parent Penguin Join Date Oct 2008 Location Birmingham. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.
The time now is 01:34. © 2015 SUSE, All Rights Reserved. That's how I found this board. When it is time to reboot, the system hangs after the following message: Loading Stage 1.5 GRUB Loading error 21 Chris Cheney (ccheney) wrote on 2005-06-28: #7 I got an email what you do to repair windows on the cd is select this (you will have to hit enter a few times before you can get to all these screens ( just
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Well, OK, I take that back. http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/red-hat-fedora-linux/162056-solved-grub-error-21-a.html If you have two drives inside the PC, then the external should be hd2 in GRUB-speak. My BIOS (Dell Inspiron 1525 ; Version A11)supports booting from USB and I think it also supports on-the-fly changing, since I can currently select which OS I wanna run. Everything was fine until last night I installed EEEkubuntu > to a > UsB drive.
But this time, I will try to install it on my primary, or "C" drive, not an external hard drive. weblink I don't know if it will work. There are several different keystroke combinations, depending on who designed your BIOS. I was already looking through the Web how I can fix that problem, as it seems I could use my WinXP installation CD, but the problem is thats at home (~10.000km
This may take several minutes, but it will automatically set the MBR and configure NTLDR appropriately. There was SATA1 which was "on" and said "hard drive 160gb ect...." which was my linux drive. Switch back to the external drive and create a new partition. http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-11.html How can I fix this without deleting the contents of my usb hdd?
I realized, though, that unless you specifically tell grub-install to put the grub images on the hard drive, they're still on the USB! then grub> setup (hd0) then "quit" grub and reboot. Apparently fedora and gentoo works for the user though.
Kevin Pijpers (kevin-pijpers) wrote on 2009-02-21: #44 I reproduced this bug in Intrepid (Linux Mint) as well. Thank you for reporting this, and for the comments. Can this be fixed with setup? his comment is here Reply With Quote 31-Jan-2009,20:48 #10 smpoole7 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Parent Penguin Join Date Oct 2008 Location Birmingham.
The issue appears to be conflicting notions of the hardware setup, in particular RAID devices, between BIOS and the Linux kernel, mosly likely because of a poor driver for Linux that Does anyone have experience installing a kernel with lilo or another bootloader? Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. Thanks Add tags Tag help Joshua Bergland (josh-mrj412) wrote on 2004-10-14: #1 I would like to add that I recieved the exact same error when I tried to use Ubuntu on