This generally happens if the disk is larger than the BIOS can handle (512 MB for (E)IDE disks on older machines or larger than 8 GB in general). Thanks Adv Reply November 3rd, 2010 #6 missfroguk View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2008 Location Edinburgh Beans 23 Re: GRUB loading Make sure you understand this if it’s /dev/hda1 in your system then you ‘ll use (hd0,0). p.s. useful reference
penetrode wrote that this may also be due to bad CFLAGS settings. http://bootinfoscript.sourceforge.net/ MacBook Pro 10,1 retina Adv Reply November 3rd, 2010 #3 missfroguk View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Nov 2008 Location Edinburgh Beans I don't remember reading about something like that.When you run "ls -la /boot/grub/" you're listing the contents of your USB stick, which doesn't matter when you're trying to make your hard Solution According to airhead this can be caused by having the BIOS detect the disks automatically. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1612068
But if that does not work I think you can just delete it but you may have bits and pieces left. If there is none then grub files (and your kernel) have been deleted somehow. password topsecret # password --md5 $1$gLhU0/$aW78kHK1QfV3P2b2znUoe/ # password topsecret # # examples # # title Windows 95/98/NT/2000 # root (hd0,0) # makeactive # chainloader +1 # # title Linux # root Yes….but it's worth checking BEFORE doing anything else (if you have more than one drive).
This stage describes file system used on the partition and loads grub's stage 2. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7398568#post7398568 Long and short of it, fdisk -l shows: /dev/sda1 is boot Linux /dev/sda2 Extended /dev/sda5 Linux Swap/Solaris /dev/sdb1 is boot HPFS/NTFS my menu.lst looks like this: title Ubuntu 8.10, kernel Follow the solutions provided by this document at the readers own risk. Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Error 22 Disclaimer warning The examples provided are just examples.
If that fails too, try to emerge grub-static which is currently stable on amd64 and unstable on x86 and (~x86). Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Grub Loading Please Wait Offline #6 2011-05-20 07:36:32 JackH79 Member From: Australia Registered: 2009-06-18 Posts: 663 Website Re: GRUB Loading stage1.5 > Error 15 - no boot menu, no nothing It might be useful to Preview before recovery allows you to do a selective recovery. why not find out more The Grub loading error generally occurs when Grub is trying to load a non-Windows system.
The error gives you a message "Error 15: File not found!" simply because the file grub wants is not there. Grub Loading Please Wait Error 17 To get CODE tags click on New Reply and then on the # symbol in the toolbar. i tried with emacs, and i got the message 'file exists, but cannot read'. The error gives you a message “Error 15: File not found!” simply because the file grub wants is not there.
I then tried again but this time chose Code: Check the integrity of the CD which it did and it didn't find any errors. Frequently, the error notes a missing kernel image file. Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Error 17 i tried with gedit, and i got a message that said 'cannot open display: (null)'. Grub Loading Please Wait Error 15 GRUB error 15 Situation This error can occur in two different stages of the GRUB configuration, either during the initial configuration (installing GRUB in the master boot record) or after booting
MirrorGo Play Android Games on Computer with Big Screen and Mouse&Keyboard Combination. see here Can anyone help? Grub Loading Error 15: Make sure the kernel exists. root #grub --no-floppy Uncompressing Linux... Grub Loading Error 15 Windows 7
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Code: sudo mount /dev/sdXY /mnt sudo grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sdX When I rebooted from the drive, it worked! Something to keep in mind: I already installed the os on the computer but the grub alert came out, and that is when i re-inserted the livecd and went through the Is it safe to just delete the files or should I leave them and forget about them? 2 - As I said in my first post, I am currently using Ubuntu Grub Rescue Supports data recovery from recycle bin, hard drive, memory card, flash drive, digital camera and camcorders.
Dr.Fone - iOS Data Recovery The world's 1st iPhone and iPad data recovery software. To find out the exact name of the kernel, boot from the installation cd, mount the root and (if applicable) boot partition. Dropping to a shell! http://imagextension.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-please-wait-error-15-debian.php Offline #5 2011-05-20 06:48:15 stqn Member Registered: 2010-03-19 Posts: 1,189 Website Re: GRUB Loading stage1.5 > Error 15 - no boot menu, no nothing To know what was updated, look at
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Any help would be appreciated as, in effect, my computer is useless as it is now... Would you advise I did or should I simply upgrade to 10.10? Try to disable it in the BIOS or in the kernel.
lockold=false ## lockold=true # lockold=false ## Xen hypervisor options to use with the default Xen boot option # xenhopt= ## Xen Linux kernel options to use with the default Xen boot i can't. GRUB stands for GRand Unified Bootloader, which is invoked by your system’s BIOS to load kernels and display a boot menu for users to choose from. Quakeboy02 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Quakeboy02 Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Tags error, grub Thread Tools
Now today I tried to switch the computer on again and I am getting the error message Code: GRUB loading stage 1.5 GRUB loading, please wait... So my guess would be that I haven't mounted my disk filesystem, but maybe it was done automatically. User Name Remember Me? no Error 15: File not found Booting an entry: Booting 'Gentoo Linux' root (hd0,0) Filesystem type is ext2fs, partition type 0x83 kernel (hd0,0)/boot/kernel-2.4.20 root=/dev/sda3 vga=792 Error 15: File not found Press
erklaerbaer View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by erklaerbaer 04-21-2007, 01:33 PM #6 Quakeboy02 Senior Member Registered: Nov 2006 Distribution: Ok, booting the kernel 10.1 Situation 10.2 Solution 11 GRUB just shows a GRUB prompt 11.1 Situation 11.2 Solution 12 Could not find device for /boot/boot: not found or not a Maybe the patch for the splash image is commented out in the version that is being used. The version of Ubuntu I was using is 9.10 (ok, should have updated a while back, mea culpa...) Yesterday I couldn't load Ubuntu and I got a message Code: ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/[long
All rights reserved.Go to top Arch Linux HomePackagesForumsWikiBugsAURDownload Index Rules Search Register Login You are not logged in. You could mount your root partition and see if there's a boot directory in there. Operating System: Boot files/dirs: sda4: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: Extended Partition Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: sda5: _________________________________________________________________________ File system: ext3 Boot sector type: - Boot sector info: Operating System: Re-install grub.
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