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For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Downloads Support Community Development Help Login Register Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read People who have seen me really frustrated probably don't understand why. Thank you bgotsupe (brian-techstacy) said on 2008-10-06: #20 Thanks wwsmith. The motherboard (in this case the previous Gigabyte used with my disk) wrote the HPA. get redirected here

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Find the line recordfail=1 and comment out that line and the line after it which should start "if [ -n ${have_grubenv} ]". I also use PLoP to boot ubuntu from my external usb hard drive. Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com Version: 8.0.173 / Virus Database: 270.7.6/1710 - Release Date: 10/6/2008 9:23 AM bgotsupe (brian-techstacy) said on 2008-10-08: #25 Seemed to boot, but..... Then for no reason I can come up with I started getting this "error: out of disk".

I might try putting it back and then see if the fix works. Adv Reply May 27th, 2008 #10 ricky_bains View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May 2008 Beans 11 Re: How to Fix the Grub The machine is a Dell Inspiron 6000 laptop and the BIOS recognizes the disk as 137GB even though it is really 250GB. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 yasmynt (yasimoontea) wrote on 2009-12-26: #7 I'm also getting the msg: error: out of disk Failed to boot default entries.

On a "Cold Boot" the system still gives the error: "out of disk" message I am left thinking that the code for a "restart" follows a different path than the code bin/bash Went to /boot and once again, no grub dir. In order to boot and access the GRUB legacy menu, I have to do a CTRL+ALT+DEL. Now I am back to the "error: out of disk".

I recently updated my bios so that it would recognize the 1TB disk correctly, as per this post http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.boot-loaders.grub.bugs/8433 The bios now does recognize the 1TB disk correctly but the PC From the LiveCD mount your hard drive and change root [email protected]:~$ sudo mkdir /mnt/root [email protected]:~$ sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/sda1 /mnt/root [email protected]:~$ sudo mount -t proc none /mnt/root/proc [email protected]:~$ sudo mount Anyways, I really do appreciate all your help, so please forgive me if I seem in any way ungrateful, I'm just kindof at my wits end here. But during a soft reset it shows a correct capacity (1TB).

je vais peu être re-installer mdv2008 mais en choississant lilo pour voir.... i got it typed in correctly this time, but grub is still not finding anything. I have attached the grub.cfg from the hard drive of my 10.04 install. I don't know if it is a HDD's bug (I read a lot of people have this issue with big HDDs), but maybe it can be solved from within GRUB somehow.

is there something i can type "like ls /dev", etc that might help? http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-25-usb.php Hopefully this issue can be resolved. That's been allowing me to boot off of the SD card. I did some of the other commands, but rebooted just to see (knowing that I can get back to where I was).

Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com Version: 8.0.173 / Virus Database: 270.7.6/1710 - Release Date: 10/6/2008 9:23 AM bgotsupe (brian-techstacy) said on 2008-10-08: #24 Got a little distracted, but I'm back on But if I enter "ls (hd0,msdos1)/boot/" I get an error. I guess I'll post a new bug with all the info. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-1h.php In one instance I had to referred to grub inside of folder etc.

following just the first guide) and that works fine. Thank you -- If this answers your question, please go to the following page to let us know that it is solved: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub/+question/46766/+confirm?a nswer_id=18 If you still need help, you can So your options are: Install grub 2.00 (which does support encrypted zfs).

I did some of the other commands, but rebooted just to see (knowing that I can get back to where I was).

Posting in the Forums implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. Why must the speed of light be the universal speed limit for all the fundamental forces of nature? It is much better to go to launchpad website, login and post responses in this manner. Going to reboot from the CD, run through these commands (with some new understanding of what they are doing) and post results (should be an in depth line-by-line guide that will

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »America's Textile Reporter: For the Combined Textile Industries, Volume 121898 - Cotton 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/America_s_Textile_Reporter.html?id=rm1YAAAAYAAJ From inside the Guess I'm just a massochist. I've also commented the line in the file /etc/grub.d/10_linux , because the file grub.cfg is generated. this page But if I start with a soft reset ther is no problem.

Then if I reset my PC it is correclty detected and the OS starts ok. no SUSE 9 uses grub bootloader n t was workin fine before this xbuntu issue Adv Reply May 26th, 2008 #9 Kevbert View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu No virus found in this incoming message. sm8ps (sm8ps) wrote on 2010-05-19: #17 I had a similar problem as originally stated but worse, namely the machine never did boot at all. (I tried to install Ubuntu 10.4 on

As far as the persistence, imagine 10 years debugging stuff like this, except looking at 200 columns of hex digits and trying to figure out why one or two of them My question: Is there a method that GRUB can "start" the HDD someway, so it report the correct capacity then the files can be accessed? Select Articles, Forum, or Blog. TDB (michael-baranov) wrote on 2011-08-11: #37 I tried Fedora 15 on a fresh HDD.

gunman1982 can you tell me how super grub disk works Adv Reply May 26th, 2008 #6 Gunman1982 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Tea Glorious Tea! I suggest you use the file browser and double check the contents of the folder /boot/grub. First I went to the command line and entered the boot commands for the default entry one by one. Could this bug only affect grub booting form external hard drives?

i then tried grub-install and sudo grub-install on the sda, sda0, sda1 etc. je ne dirait pas que grub est buggé, disons simplement que LILO est moins sensible a des incohérence du bios, voila.. Once you've got into your system open up a terminal and edit the file /etc/grub.d/10_linux, you'll need superuser priviledges so for instance if you wanted to edit it with vim you je suis completement bloqué.

An ls showed the correct partitions including (Hd0,5) which was where / was installed but ls (hd0,5)/boot gave the "outof disk" message. both load methods produce the same result though. drwxr-xr-x 137 root root 1900 2008-10-02 20:04 .. Which file must I modify?

so, i'm going to try the suggestions and hopefully get this to work or at least be able to give a better description of what's where during each step. http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/GRUB Adv Reply May 26th, 2008 #4 ricky_bains View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date May 2008 Beans 11 Re: How to Fix the

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