Sharath June 30, 2014 at 6:24 pm hi… i have installed both win7 and ubuntu on my lapi.. I like it your blog. Is there something about this BIOS I'm not getting? CAMERON August 18, 2012 at 8:11 pm When i do "ls" I get a bunch of partions ( (hd0) (hd0,2)and so on ….) all of them say unknown filesystem when I this contact form
To do this: sudo grub-install /dev/sda I don't think you'll have to update grub, but it can't hurt, since it will simply rebuild grub.cfg and ensure that the Windows OSes are Backup your data and reinstall the system. thanks you all. jmp7 (jacobopantoja-yahoo) wrote on 2010-06-06: #7 I'm suffering it too. http://askubuntu.com/questions/89522/grub-installation-fatal-error-in-ubuntu-11-10-installation
Since it is a boot loader, not an user space application, we don't care about it till it puts us in rescue prompt :-). It has a long list of features. Reply albert said February 12, 2010 at 3:17 pm well i got the error 17 but i got no cd drive to put in a cd can i do it with The command is not found because the is grub is not installed in your system.
here is an example # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # #
share|improve this answer edited Oct 26 '15 at 20:23 answered Oct 26 '15 at 20:18 Je Cribbs 161 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Use Boot-Repair to solve your Beautiful. you can install the grub to your usb by using this command Code: sudo dpkg-reconfigure grub-pc then install the grub to your USB in the process .... You have to configure the program to ADD a linux loader.
The PC has a Gigabyte board with Award BIOS v 6.00PG. It just boot immediately to ubuntu, I can not boot in to Window 7. I tried running the command anyway, but (of course) received "Nothing to do. Home Ubuntu How To Gnome3 About Opensource Linux Android Tech Talk Video Java tutorial Labels About Opensource (6) Android (2) cloud (2) Gnome3 (4) how to (24) Java tutorial (29) Learn
The insmod normal & normal commands fixed my problem after moving partitions. http://www.howopensource.com/2012/05/reinstall-recover-grub-from-ubuntu-12-04-live-cd-usb/ Type the following command in a MacOS terminal : ioreg -l -p IODeviceTree | grep firmware-abiOutput : EFI32 32-bit (i386) EFI EFI64 64-bit (x86_64) EFI Also, architecture of your EFI is insmod ext 4 O ==> error file not found. ( how to resolve this?) 4. See https://bugs.launchpad.net/linux/+bug/1261465.
but for the first time while rebooting, it was throwing some error, which kept throwing. weblink Alternatively, you can try the following kernel option, explained in EFI implementation bugs : noexec=offAlternatively, you can try the 3.0-rc1 kernel, which contains several EFI-related fixes. Boot to Windows and install a tiny little program called EasyBCD. Intel grub-efi trunk, 1.99-rc1 appears to work too Requires 'noefi' Booted from external ESATA drive via ExpressCard.
Everything worked smoothly. Boot Mac OS X. About the most complex thing this BIOS allows me to do is to change my boot order. http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-23-ubuntu.html The other steps in your solution all seem to hinge on the order having been incorrect.
Waiting an extra 10 seconds is not fun. Log in / Register Ubuntugrub2 package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers Error scanning for fd0 on boot Bug #568720 reported by Loïc Minier on 2010-04-22 186 This bug affects 35 one small pin is enough to bring down a man.
I installed Ubuntu 11.10 first then Windows 7 Ultimate; I updated the Ubuntu to the 12.04 LTS version and lost the Windows boot option so I changed the grub to the Reply Eric said April 25, 2011 at 11:10 am Your post is still alive!! Anonymous says: 2:42 PM Reply How does grub rescue from LiveCD work on GUID Partition Table (GPT) . Just facing the similar problem.
Reboot. filips says: 6:45 AM Reply Thanks for a good tutorial - it saved my time!Just a few remarks for others in the same situation:I did it the same way using grmllive sda1: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: Mounting failed: mount: unknown filesystem type " sda2: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: Extended Partition Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: http://fileupster.com/grub-error/grub-error-15-ubuntu-12-04.html God bless. :)-Binoy Mustapha Labbo says: 3:09 PM Reply yeah thank bro it work fine for me......
Suggestions are welcome That was in March 2010. To workaround this, you need to pass the "noefi" option which tells the kernel to disable EFI. GRUB is very vulnerable and unable to fix even small deviations from what it expect. Thanks again for the help.
Anonymous says: 10:32 PM Reply Thank you very much!!!!