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You can also check if your manufacturer provides an updated BIOS that does not have a BIOS access limitation. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Enjoy an ad free experience by logging in. Apr 4, 2010 I am trying to set-up a home server using Ubuntu 9.10 server edition. I am right now preparing to re-install Linux cleanly but do not expect any different result. this contact form

i would avoid it unless you are either quite experienced with this type of thing or else don't care if the machine gets trashed. For option 2 i would consider taking the machine to a shop, perhaps taking the hard-drive out and leaving that at home. Error: No Such Disk Grub Recover Feb 9, 2010 I know nothing about this at all. Developers and everyone are keen to try to iron out any problems before 10.04 gets officially released so you might find faster & more effective answers to your bug reports which https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=119285

Ram is very vulnerable to static shocks and is very easy to damage. Not worked first time, probably because I pushed the drive too hard into the old PC. Wow!

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. View 9 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Error 18: Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Immediately After Start Up Jan 6, 2010 I'm trying to install ubuntu from a CD. Apparently things have changed in ESXi 5.5 because fdisk doesn't work. Maybe this means that this is a copy of GRUB from my BackTrack disc?

When doing the install I chose to install to whole disk (sde), all appears to go well. Everything boots fine for both OS when the hard driv is plugged in but when it is unplugged I can't get past a boot screen which says: Grub loading stage 1.5 All seemed fine when I got to the reboot stage but after the reboot, it appears I have a grub issue. see here Also the linux-swap being over 2xRam as a Primary Partition immediately after the /boot partition and just before the Windows partition is brilliant to maximise performance on this machine.

hal... Then I found this thread and tried out "grub-setup -r '(hd0,1)' /dev/sda", hoping it would point to my grub.cfg as well. how can I resolve this problem?both are Maxtors with ext4 fs. Jumpers are set to cable select.

Feb 22, 2011 another post about this. i can boot to Linux by using my boot diskette. Error: No Such Disk Grub Recover Feb 9, 2010 I know nothing about this at all. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.

GRUB loading, please wait... weblink Grub Loading, Please Wait... Problem is its too low spaced for what I want so it seems the install went ok but its something with the computer? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

Search this Thread 11-04-2003, 05:03 PM #1 sean21 LQ Newbie Registered: Nov 2003 Location: Detroit Posts: 3 Rep: GRUB Loading stage 1.5 ...... is their anything i can do to get win to run as it use to?? Have found some other postings elsewhere also but none of them are working at present. http://fileupster.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-stage1-5-error-2.html Ubuntu :: OS Uninstalled - Loading Grub (Error 15) File Not Found Ubuntu :: Grub Screen Hangs At Loading Stage 1.5 - Error 25 General :: Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Error

View 1 Replies View Related Ubuntu :: 'grub Loading' And No Other Error Messages Mar 19, 2010 I have a CLEVO laptop and it currently has Windows 7 installed. Just starting out and have a question? Attached Images Shot Disk Utility HIT HDD1 Free Partition.png (135.8 KB, 7 views) Shot Disk Utility HIT HDD1 Extended Partition.png (22.5 KB, 7 views) Screenshot Disc Utility partitions SEA HDD2.png (159.3

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I read for hours about a Linux distro and settled on OpenSUSE.I just need to say one thing. Someone actually swapped his HDDs and installed grub on one that would work. This self-test doesn't seem to detect anything, even when left in its “stuck position” for 12 hours! - I clicked on “ Read Benchmark” (to measure the drive performance) but it I mention this as I'll shortly be writing posts on my frustration at not being able to get it to work properly on Ubuntu.

The mount command normally wouldn't require you to add the file type for a linux partition, which just further confirms the problem (unless sda1 isn't a linux partition and you are Error shown is: GRUB Loading stage1.5. Error 22". his comment is here Fortunately if you turn your machine off at the back and at the wall then the metal sides of the case should be earthed and so you should be able to

I'm a complete tech-dummy so I apologise for any of my layman's language below not expressed in Linux Lingo! I'm guessing that maybe this has been lost as well. Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. I get no other error messages and am stumped on what the problem is.

The root slash / is completely missing in the analysis of HIT HDD1. Join Date Oct 2006 Location NewZealand Posts 5 GRUB Loading Stage1.5. lets re-install GRUB. drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 2011-05-19 12:48 ..

Some big queries: Does device /dev/sda labelled as such in the first screenshot above perhaps mean /dev/sda1? It was doing a file system check which I quit (pressing C) after about 30%. I then opened the “disk utility” application for a partition analysis of HIT HDD1. Using Xubuntu would be much nicer and easier for this :) Hopefully that gives plenty to consider!

I haven't used it to a great extent yet but can not boot to either XP or Ubuntu. I never touched anything with my internal drive. Linux is not for the feint of heart, and everywhere I turn (forums), I see computers riddled with error messages, frustrated people, and the list goes on.I'm willing to work through I have had them fail in 10 months of heavy use, or last 8 years of heavy use.

Network manager crashed...I decided to try my luck with restarting (what was left) of the system. Here are their links: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1581099&page=10 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1581099&page=15 However,drs305 (a Forum Staff member), believes that the problem arises from the partition setup rather than a Grub problem. Consequently I messed up my partitions, and when I restarted my computer a screen comes up that reads:GRUB loading.error: no such partitiongrub rescue> _Have I killed my computer or is there In my latest efforts, I've used the Ubuntu Secured Remix 10.10 Live CD (as recommended by YannBuntu in the above thread) to give access to my problem HIT HDD1, the ONLY

Before sometime I install Ubuntu 9.10 and it worked fine.