Then run the grub install command telling it where the stage1_5 is located on disk. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Everything worked fine. Obsessed or Obsessive? http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-25-usb.php
md0, md1, etc.. So i think it is a failure in the installation to test the drive order ?... When i rebooted it immediately said "SATA3 device not found, F1 to continue, F2 to enter setup. Many newbees aren't aware of the fact that the drive designators might not be what they expect in situations where the system configuration is not "standard". https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/421566-GRUB-Error-22-for-RAID-1-settings
I did them previously I just forgot to mention it.I get the same error on setup (hd0) though. "Error 22: No such partition"Pretty please help me. No error reported. The manual fix is definitely not user friendly. :( > Yes, same here: I have used HPT370 since RH8 w/o problems. It was writing data to the drive even when not in RAID mode with no regard to what the OS wanted to do with the drive.
That's not ok for non-Windows users. * People do not know often how to learn if BIOS detects their hard disks or not. To access the raid from the livecd you need to install the mdadm package: sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends mdadm –psusi May 15 '11 at 21:34 Sorry about that, I've Ever since then, I can not boot my Ubuntu computer. Register. 05-28-2009 #1 headpin11 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined!
I'm hoping someone has something I could type in terminal to get my boot back. Thanks Add tags Tag help Joshua Bergland (josh-mrj412) wrote on 2004-10-14: #1 I would like to add that I recieved the exact same error when I tried to use Ubuntu on Have not reinstalled ubuntu to date, but did have to reinstall windows operating system as the mbr appeared to be destroyed by the intallation of ubuntu. http://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1269 Why does the state remain unchanged in the small-step operational semantics of a while loop?
I don't even know if I checked this time around; I've installed it at least 12 times today.), I booted up Arch Live again.fdisk -l /dev/mappers/isw_hcjajcgif_Primary (my FakeRaid) output is interesting. That is a bug in the controller firmware not Ubuntu. -- Grub - Error 21 returned https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/8978 You received this bug notification because you are a direct subscriber of a duplicate install grub on both disks manually and use the default/fallback trick. –nwildner Mar 28 '13 at 12:44 2 Rsync?!! I rebooted and reinstalled a second time and it installed flawlessly.
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If you need to reset your password, click here. Get More Info I disagree with this ... That is a bug in the controller firmware not Ubuntu. I would love to see this fixed.
I went into my bios setup and looked under > "drives". Reconnected my SATA drive and my Vista and Linux running like a champ. So frustrating. useful reference Perhaps they have a patch for grub to work around this issue?
Chris Cheney (ccheney) wrote on 2009-02-24: #45 Depending on what the cause is there isn't really anything that can be done to fix it on the Ubuntu side. save and quite. This is not a dual boot system.
I learn things from the forums all the time ... I followed the steps in the article "How to install openSUSE on software RAID" and successful to install the RAID 1 settings on my machine. Thought I would post it so others might benefit :) Dustin Kirkland (kirkland) wrote on 2008-08-11: #40 I'm curious if anyone can reproduce this problem in Ubuntu Intrepid 8.10 (currently The bootfloader of grub is installed in the first blocks of the disk but the later stages are stored in the /boot _partition.
Why is absolute zero unattainable? That's how I found this board. > So > far, none of the google results have helped. > > -- > Grub - Error 21 returned > https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/8978 > You received Nothing seems to work. http://imagextension.com/grub-error/grub-error-24-fix.php Also, when I was creating mountpoints, etc, I made sure to not rewrite the file system.
It listed this HD0 SDA (Raid 0) HD1 SDB (Raid 0) HD2 SDC (320 G SATA) HD3 SDD (LINUX) HD4 SDE (Vista) HD5 SDH (External drive) HD3 is my corect SDD But your guide says "Make the partition bootable" before creating the software RAID, and the installer won't let me do that. Hope this helps everyone. Has this issue been fixed since?
Posts 13,266 This is a good writeup on this problem. When Ubuntu half way through installation rebooted, I stuck in a Fedora CD and installed Core 1 on (hd0,x), overwriting the Ubuntu instance of Grub. What can I do? kopt=root=/dev/hda1 ro ## kopt_2_6_8=root=/dev/hdc1 ro ## kopt_2_6_8_2_686=root=/dev/hdc2 ro # kopt=root=/dev/mapper/pdc_bbiiadhjae2 ro ## default grub root device ## e.g.
Set up your other RAID partitions (e.g. Okay, there is this software called SuperGrub and you ill give you the link, but you need to download the .iso which I assume you have a .iso burner because u
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