It seems that even with the normal selection in BIOS, SUSE setup had been able to detect the full disk, and had installed the kernel on a section of the disk Hope this helps. Yes I am. If you need to reset your password, click here. get redirected here
I was able to boot into Ubuntu without any problems. You will have to register before you can post in the forums. (Be aware the forums do not accept user names with a dash "-") Also, logging in lets you avoid The bios version to the most recent one. (listed below) One other thing to mention is this, I cannot use the "Access IBM" button, I recieve the error "Authentication of system For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. https://samiux.wordpress.com/2008/06/11/grub-error-18/
most of what I've read suggests creating a small partition at the beginning of the hard disk, then label it /boot. it just will not boot. Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support General Help [xubuntu] First run on IBM ThinkPad I don't know that you would need a separate boot partition but, if you want to do that there are actually quite a few tutorials on doing it.
Reconfigured grub with the installation DVD repair option inside the install option. It kept mounting the disks while working, even when I told it explicitly to unmount them before the partitioning started. first, how large should this partition be, my /boot directory (and the grub subdirectory) are 76 mb. How exactly does this work.
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Besides, are you sure that stays "sdb" when you switch bios orders around? (you can test by booting from the arch iso and looking at partitions then). Desired boot:Windows XP Pro, Ubuntu Studio 8.04, Opensuse 11.0 someone plz help im still kind of new to linux Reply With Quote 03-Jul-2008,01:58 #2 Ecky View Profile View Forum Posts View Create root partition /dev/sda2 (1.8TB) During the installation, the step named “Install Boot Manager” will display an error message such as “Grub error 18” or “Grub error 25”. CentOS The Community ENTerprise Operating System Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered posts Active topics Search The team FAQ Login Register Board index CentOS 6 CentOS 6 -
Believe it or not, the computer is flying again. Join Date Apr 2008 Beans 58 Re: First run on IBM ThinkPad T23 - GRUB Error 18 Sorry, here it is: Code: Disk /dev/sda: 40.0 GB, 40007761920 bytes 255 heads, 63 Anyway, here's the output: Code: Disk /dev/sda: 30.0 GB, 30005821440 bytes 240 heads, 63 sectors/track, 3876 cylinders, total 58605120 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Disk Could you point me to some example config?edit2: I now put the SSD on the first place in the boot list and started PartedMagic.
Now, when I booted up, I went directly to the grub boot loader - so far so good. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-5.php Offline #5 2012-05-18 21:13:53 PhotonX Member From: Munich Registered: 2008-08-10 Posts: 433 Re: [Solved] Grub errors 18 and 22 when booting from SSD I created a /boot partition now:$ LANG=C sudo fdisk was used to fix this, here's how: sudo fidsk /dev/sda then enter into expert mode with the following: x (expert mode) then press f to fix partitions: f (fix) then I think, the sdX identifier can be changed only by plugging the SSD in the first SATA port and the HDD in the second (while now it is the other way
Select Articles, Forum, or Blog. The Ubuntu Grub Error 18 error may be caused by windows system files damage. The root cause is that grub-0.97 uses 31 bits (integer type of C language) to count the hard disk sector which is 512 bytes. useful reference I noticed after the installation was complete that the partition scheme was initially in a different order than what is posted - sda1 and sda2 where swaped.
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PS: On internet I read about disabling the IDE Translation in the BIOS, but we couldn't find that option in this BIOS. During the installation, you should get options as to where and how to install the bootloader. After the bar got to the end a couple times, it started doing something else and then just mounted them for some stupid reason and the popped up with the error Just starting out and have a question?
I can't boot the Windows CD either, it just locks up when I put it in. That should hopefully be all it takes to fix your problem; good luck and let me know how it goes. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are this page boot priority - hd1 - sdaSo the hdN labels follow the boot priority while the sdX ones don't.
The time now is 01:42. © 2015 SUSE, All Rights Reserved. Adv Reply December 4th, 2008 #9 Aralhach View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! I'm going to write it all out for everyone to see. PPS: I think I varied the hard drive size left for Windows from one install to the other.
Now, it will boot into Xubuntu just fine, but it won't boot Windows at all (it says "Starting up...." and sits there idle). It booted into opensuse 11.0 KDE 4 and everything was great, until i turned my machine off... First order of business was to partition the hard disk. here is my partitioning scheme below: Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 1 13 104391 83 Linux /dev/sda2 * 14 1925 15358140 7 HPFS/NTFS /dev/sda3 1926 4864 23607517+ 5
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