Re: Error 18 Grub loading please wait « Reply #1 on: 2009/09/28, 16:51:04 pm » Quote from: chef11994 on 2009/09/26, 18:06:40 pmWow I knew super grub existed but I just created A very easy way, that I highly recommend! A third solution, which isn't ideal but would give instant access to your operating systems, is to boot from the installation CD. Any help would be appreciated, especially quick responses! this contact form
In other words, your BIOS - which initialises hardware - is unable to handle a hard drive this large. Did having a fat32 part. It is also known that grub-0.94-r1 and grub-0.94-r2 should work correctly. You bet I will donate.
grub rescue> And I am left with this grub rescue prompt, which sounds good, but it is useless to me, since I have no idea of what and how can I penetrode wrote that this may also be due to bad CFLAGS settings. I had a 20 Gb working fine but tried to install a clean copy of Ubuntu onto a 40Gb hd.
http://members.iinet.net/~herman546/p20/GRUB2%20Bash%20Commands.html#GRUB_USBI note he has added a lot more to his site, (more reading for me.) Also, please note 2 things when using grub boot-up on usb. I encounter a problem in doing the first boot after the installation. CBT Nuggets 28,229 views 14:40 A Sneak Peek At Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) - Duration: 10:00. Loading...
The only option left was unplugging the PC and restarting >> it. UbuntuHelpGuy 209,480 views 3:48 Reinstalling GRUB - Duration: 3:13. Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... http://www.supergrubdisk.org/forum/index.php?topic=370.0 Problem solved...
kevin_hill54 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by kevin_hill54 10-21-2006, 09:27 AM #4 Folbo LQ Newbie Registered: Oct 2006 Posts: error: invalid arch independent ELF magic. Also make sure that the kernel line in the grub.conf file is referring to that partition (either explicitly or implicitly). The installation went according to a couple of reports I have read until the first boot from the hard disk.
If there is a way around this problem, would running a BIOS upgrade on the card cause any further problems? http://www.tuxradar.com/answers/234 TechZone++ 230,024 views 12:22 Bootloaders: GRUB & GRUB2 - Duration: 14:40. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Solution According to airhead this can be caused by having the BIOS detect the disks automatically.
But in this case, he has already tried currently supported versions, and has been unable to even boot the CD. weblink So, I think reinstalling Grub1 is not a wise option. After this message, the system stops. Tough.
It may help someone else. Carly Salali 128,447 views 11:23 How to recover/repair Linux Ubuntu bootloader/grub - Duration: 5:27. To get to that menu type > configfile /grub.cfg then amend to your partition the entry and boot. > When booted, sudo update-grub" followed by "sudo grub-install /dev/sda" > If navigate here What happens if one brings more than 10,000 USD with them in the US?
To re-install grub1, you should mount your install disk, remount /dev, /dev/pts, /dev/shm, /proc, /sys, chroot into your install, and run grub-install and update-grub. Be sure to change partition numbers and the like according to the specific systems specs. If that is the case, go and check the GRUB ebuild.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. So when grub tries to get the required information, it fails because of corrupted sector in the hard disk. Solution If there is no floppy drive, was the --no-floppy switch used? with a view to repartioning/ reformatting the two HD's and >> fresh-installingboth WinXP and Kubuntu >> So far, I have tried the following.
Matthew Moore 26,667 views 16:16 Reinstalling and Fixing Grub 2 - Duration: 2:54. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? There is a sector corruption in the hard disk onto which the information required by grub has been stored. http://fileupster.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-error-25.html Error 18 This occurs without fail no matter which physical drive I put Ubuntu on to, seemingly no matter how the drives are partitioned, and with a low level format between
What I would like to know is is this card to old to work with Debian 3.1? Sadly this'll mean you'll have to run the install again but it *should* work. Do you know any other way enabling me to use the > USB stick for booting the PC with your iso file? > > Thx, respectfully yours, > > Bas. > If you have more than one, select the installation that you want to provide the grub files.
The following people contributed to the original document: Hartwig Brandl, Ioannis AslanidisThey are listed here as the Wiki history does not allow for any external attribution. when you instlall make sure you put GRUB in the MBR of the disk, not the superblock as some distors recomend...