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BrunoPS: If you need me to explain in depth . . . This error is displayed when the partition requested exists, but the file system type is not be recognized by GRUB. Now when I try to boot I only get as far as the grub loading screen where an error 17 pops up, google says thats because it can't boot the selected you can boot XP from the MBR of hda where the ubuntu bootloader is ( just add it to the ubuntu boot menu ) Bruno One Page Linux Manual ~ Yo you can try this out

I expect your HDD to fail those tests. GRUB loading ... 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.

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However, if you haven't configured Grub properly, you will encounter GRUB errors like those described below. Xinef View Public Profile Visit Xinef's homepage!

Hence, if you get an error number, you are probably using Grub Stage 1.5 or Stage 2.0. If this happens, you`ll need a powerful data recovery tool to make sure no important photos, videos, emails or documents are lost because of the GRUB loading errors. Directly after that though I get the message "GRUB loading. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. ** If you are logged in, most ads will not be displayed. ** Linuxforums now

Grub Loading Error 22: You can use the Windows Installation Disc to run a Startup Repair and fix MBR. I believe it is version 8.4 The install seemed to go fine and I rebooted my computer and immediatly after start up I get a message that says: Grub Loading stage Boot order in bios is correct. (primary first, secondary isn't in the list at all) View 8 Replies View Related Software :: System Freezes (Sometimes) At 'Grub Loading Stage 2' Oct At first I tried to install on the 2-nd drive(it is slave).

Error 2 Due To The Bios "RAID" Configuration Aug 4, 2010 I'm trying to install Debian Lenny on my new Dell XPS 8100 Desktop with 2 x 1To SATA HD. (No The raison d'Être of politics is freedom, and its field of experience is action'. My confusion concerning /dev/sda1 deepens when I compare the results above with the following screenshots of: - first, the sudo fdisk -l command entered into a Terminal. Screen was blank until Fedora starting loading.

Join Date Aug 2009 Posts 3 [SOLVED] GRUB Error 24 Need Help :-< I am not familiar with Linux at all...and got a server with SUSE Linux Ent v10 on me. Get More Info Googling indicates that this may be an error in the generated menu.lst file, which I have attached to the end of this post.++++++++++++++Need some clarification -- the *install* will not complete?That Boot from it. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

The first time I was about to go crazy. Is this true?No that is absolute non-sense !! . . . . View 2 Replies View Related Fedora Installation :: GRUB Hangs And System Don't Loading After Installation? useful reference View 1 Replies Similar Messages: Red Hat / Fedora :: GRUB Error 21 Loading Stage 1 OpenSUSE Install :: Grub Loading Stage 1.5 Error 21 Ubuntu Installation :: Error 18: Grub

Pressing esc reveals that the boot process gets to "checking battery state [ok]", but fails to load the login screen. Attachment: Shot Disk Utility HIT HDD1 Free Partition.png You can also see that the first partition highlighted in orange above ( 100 GB labelled as being “Free”) gives ONLY the following I read for hours about a Linux distro and settled on OpenSUSE.I just need to say one thing.

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I guess it must be a different problem to that in your link Cheers Lee Lee134 View Public Profile Find all posts by Lee134 #4 14th June 2008, 09:17 Join Us! Is the reason why I can't boot up my HIT HDD1 because sda or sda1 isn't mounted? Join Date Aug 2009 Posts 3 grub.conf Here is what the .conf file contains: root(hd1.0) install -stage2=/boot/grub/stage2 /boot/grub/stage1 (hd1,0) /boot/grub/stage2 0x8000 (hd1,0)/boot/grub/menu.lst quit ================== I will try the file systems check

Also i have downloaded 9.10 64bit ISO, (making sure the md5 was correct)This is what ive tried: - Installing inside windows, cd - Installing inside windows, iso mounted - Installing via I buy the best to make them last longer, but I work them hard. you have grub stage 1 in your hda MBR, and some old unwanted grub stage 1 in your hdb MBR???Think that's what I read above.The one on hdb is now useless http://imagextension.com/grub-loading/grub-loading-please-wait-error-25.php Join Date Aug 2009 Posts 3 Fixed Thanks to all who responded.

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