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Any other suggestions? * Is there a way to test that the Grub2 install is correct? * Are there other .map or similar files to check? * Why is it looking I went on the first link oldfred suggested, booted ubuntu from a usb and typed these commands in the terminal. Then I stuck in the new HDD (now have two - first is 320GB Barracuda, and the second is a 500GB - same model, but now 500GB is the cheapest size! Equipo de Ubuntu-es Normas Documentación Inicie sesión o regístrese para comentar +1 0 -1 Hola, ¿seguro que no corre oniro Jue, 24/12/2009 - 22:40 Hola, ¿seguro que no corre el live? this contact form

View 9 Replies View Related Fedora Installation :: 13 After Install Grub Not Loading? I replaced Vista with XP SP3. Just myu $0.02 July 16, 2008 Sansal I recovered Grub successfully. my ubuntu has stopped booting while i can still boot xp with no problem. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1612068

Still no joy. Es normal. I installed the root file system to the IDE Flash Drive and setup the 4 x 1 TB Hard Drives as a RAID 5 for the home partition (I actually allotted View 4 Replies View Related General :: GRUB Loading Error: No Such Partition May 14, 2010 I'm using an Eee netbook so i have no CD drive.

Error 15 Y ya... Next file to check is /etc/fstab. Video Converter Ultimate Your complete video toolbox: download, convert, edit, burn and more. Formatted again, installed LXDE again (this time my S-ATA drives plugged out).

This will produce a results.txt file on your desktop. April 4, 2009 Ekim I'm da new new kid to linux… was a "POBG" (Prisoner of Bill Gates). Probably my ignorance to not know where to find it, but I did go thru the installation of XP to see where it is, to no avail. http://forums.justlinux.com/showthread.php?154371-Grub-Error-15-(SOLVED) I guess the first time I installed Ubuntu, grub manager know where to boot Ubuntu.

I have checked nearly every setting and it has made no difference. Re-install and configure Grub properly to load all systems installed in your hard drive. 3How to Restore the Lost Data Caused by GRUB Loading Errors GRUB loading errors often come along And install grub 1(legacy) to MBR. Well, why not?

My OS is Windows 7 but original OS for the machine is XP. http://forum.ubuntu-fr.org/viewtopic.php?id=440672 Do I need install Win again that means format my primary disk to remove grub manager? Now today I tried to switch the computer on again and I am getting the error message Code: GRUB loading stage 1.5 GRUB loading, please wait... So, what does the Grub loading error number mean?

I am dual-booting between Ubuntu and Vista from a 2yr-old TOSHIBA laptop. http://fileupster.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-error-18-ubuntu-9-04.html i am not able to proceed further. Krishnamurti Inicie sesión o regístrese para comentar +1 0 -1 Alegría: Recuperar Grub 2 fácil y rápido. For Unix-like systems, use the distribution CD or Live CD.

Obviously, the problem arose after creating an unallocated space at the beginning of the disk drive. My laptop is HP dv5000. here is an example # /etc/fstab: static file system information. # #               proc            /proc           proc    defaults        0       0 /dev/hda6 /               ext3    errors=remount-ro 0       navigate here So I selected the correct hard drive (The same one I was installing Ubuntu to) and upon finishing and restarting, it successfully booted without any problems.

I have partioned my windows 7 and have since only been able to boot it using Grub above and when i try to fix the mbr it complains that i dont Originally I tried to install according to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FakeRaidHowto to no avail. Can anyone help me how to solve this issue i have tried Live CD but was insatlling a fresh ubuntu.

With additional drives connected, Install.sh seems to get confused.

Try booting with nomodeset noapic or nomodeset noacpi or nomodeset acpi=off MacBook Pro 10,1 retina Adv Reply November 3rd, 2010 #5 missfroguk View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. after i restart the system is didn't boot in windows. because grub is looking into a wrong device.

What I did instead was going to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows and I did the following: 1. Someone else installed it for me using their flash drive. Los programas que no se instalan automáticamente, deberás volverlos a poner manualmente, pero, cuando loos arranques, lo harán tal como los tenías configurados. his comment is here Anyone knows where is it located or how to fix this problem?

failed to boot default entries. bác, chúc bác d?t h*ng :d Reply With Quote 03-16-2013,12:14 PM #3 impert View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Sep 2008 Posts 33 Originally Posted by hieu.hap up El que no, se pierde. Very helpful.

Ejecuta el siguiente comando sustituyendo /dev/sda por el disco en el que quieres instalar el cargador (OJO, el disco, no la partición, es decir, será algo del tipo /dev/sda, no /dev/sdaX) I have both Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows 7 on my laptop. And because I plugged my S-ATA drives out, when installing LXDE the second time, the config file, grub is probably searching for on the P-ATA drive, is somewhere in nowhere. the extra 145gb of useable space cost half as much as the first 320 but if you go to 750GB it's too much.

I tried a few tools from the Ultimate Boot CD but nothing here was able to re-install my grub or boot from any partition or even mount my file-system. It installed fine and prompted me to reboot. Hope this might help someone else! It has one line (hd) /dev/sda * Both instructions said to try sudo grub-update AFTER a reboot.

So I started looking around, and most complaints of this particular error seem to be dual boot environments, which I found rather odd, as I have never dual booted this machine.....