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What's wrong and can I sort it out without having to reinstall Ubuntu (which I have spent a lot of time installing programs on and downloading packages I don't want to Let me ask, (hd0,1) = the 1st partition, /dev/hda1, yes..? timeout 10 ## hiddenmenu # Hides the menu by default (press ESC to see the menu) #hiddenmenu # Pretty colours #color cyan/blue white/blue ## password ['--md5'] passwd # If used in Here is how it looks on the installer. /dev/sda /dev/sda2 NTFS (Windows XP) /dev/sdb /dev/sdb1 ext3 /dev/sdb2 swap (I think that was it, im just remembering from memory) It finished copying have a peek at this web-site

If you tell it to install to hd1, it will (should?) install to the second HDD. View 5 Replies View Related Slackware :: Fail To Boot After Moving The Partition ? So i have installed openSUSE 10.3 and it has allowed me to save GRUB to the slave without problem. Have you tried anything else? http://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=33158

I have now scrapped Ubuntu, it probably is a good Linux but the installation of the bootlaoder is a pain. PC drivers is corrupted or damaged. alternative=true ## alternative=false # alternative=true ## should update-grub lock alternative automagic boot options ## e.g. I need my Windows for work and I don't want to reinstall neither Ubuntu nor Win7.

  • Don't do any manual partitioning, just select "Guided - Use Entire Disk".
  • Kernel version I'm using is 2.6.32.6 and the grub4dos version which I have tried is 0.4.4-2009-06-20 Back to top #20 Wonko the Sane Wonko the Sane The Finder Advanced user 13017
  • I got the super grub CD and am able to boot into windows no issue.
  • I tried ANOTHER way again :) This is what I did this time : fdisk -l Disk /dev/sda : 320 GB Device Boot Start End Blocks System /dev/sda1 * 1 13
  • et par hasard est-ce ke tu saurais pas si les pc fujitsu sont tatoués ou pas(si ca m'empecherait de mettre xp a la place de vista ou de formater la partition

Bob _____________________________________________ I used to be very indecisive, but now I am not so sure. I hope my review can help people who are hesitated to try the software. If, in a few weeks, you decide that you want GRUB to install to the windows MBR, then you can re-install grub or just re-install Linux completely and let GRUB install At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:sfc /scannow After the process is finished, you may receive one of the following messages: Windows Resource Protection did not

Pay attention: Error 17 Cannot Mount Selected Partition Vista problem cannot be resolved by SmartPCFixer, you may need to update computer drivers. But then I told it to do an FS check on swap and got the warning that swap is currently mounted, and that if I proceed, it could cause serious system Originally I was having trouble installing Service Pack 2 for vista and I made the fool's mistake of changing the active partition in disk management from the boot partition to the http://www.dllsafe.com/windows-error/124512.html Too much bad browser cookies or registries files.

So... Wonko Back to top #24 Marietto Marietto Frequent Member Advanced user 267 posts Location:Italy Interests:Computers,movies,read/write,talking about philosophy and religion.   Italy Posted 13 August 2010 - 05:01 PM Thanks Wonko,I've been I say yes to all and it works normally afterwards. default 0 ## timeout sec # Set a timeout, in SEC seconds, before automatically booting the default entry # (normally the first entry defined).

Compare:http://www.boot-land...?...c=11785&hl=http://www.boot-land...?...c=12126&hl=Wonko Back to top #21 Marietto Marietto Frequent Member Advanced user 267 posts Location:Italy Interests:Computers,movies,read/write,talking about philosophy and religion.   Italy Posted 12 August 2010 - 01:26 PM It was only http://www.commentcamarche.net/forum/affich-8215410-grub-error-17-cannot-mount-selected-partition is this the reason i am not able to access my root partition ? First off, will GRUB boot Windows or do you have to boot from the primary 12-17-2007, 02:53 PM #7 Istanbul_Lfc Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Location: Does it boot up and run?

merci de votre aide Afficher la suite Grub error 17 cannot mount selected partition Cannot mount selected partition (Résolu) [Mandriva 2006] Grub error 17 (Résolu) Grub error 17 (Résolu) Problème de Check This Out lool Signaler Utilisateur anonyme - 2 sept. 2008 à 01:29 distros: distributions de linux ubuntu en est une, d'autres examples: -debian -fedora -mandriva -archlinux -gentoo une fois que tu commence tu What should the the mount point of sda9 be? The ext3 with a "/" mount point.

Signaler Utilisateur anonyme - 2 sept. 2008 à 01:21 fujitsu siemens ne tatoue pas ses pc,j'en suis la preuve vivante,(4 distros sur chacun des deux) oui tu dois réediter ton menu,lst entry for WinXP in /etc/fstab.The fix is simply to change this entry to ...ntfs... The problem right now is that it isn't bootable. http://pdfhelp.org/error-17/grub-setup-cannot-mount-selected-partition.html Below is the information just after boot with the usb still plugged in and set as first boot in bios.[Code]...

View 4 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Partition / Mount Point Of Ext3 And Dual Boot Feb 19, 2010 I attach a picture of my future disk partitioning,as I thought General :: Grub - Error 17: Cannot Mount Selected Partition Fedora :: 15 Can't Mount Selected Partition Ubuntu :: " Error 17 Can Not Mount Selected Partition " Fedora Installation :: Assuming that the Windows installation files have been saved on the first partition of the first hard disk (hd0,0) inside the win folder,can I use chainloader with grub (not grub4DOS) like

That bit directs GRUB to GRUB Stage2, installed out in the body of the drive platters where there's room for more data.

Method 1: Fixing Error 17 Cannot Mount Selected Partition Vista problem by running a sfc scan for your PC. Comment by : Karima Smartpcfixer is an amazing tool for me to repair Error 17 Cannot Mount Selected Partition Vista. Change that to "hd1". I checked the partition labels and they match the UUID that are in my fstab.

View 6 Replies View Related Ubuntu Installation :: Error 17: Can't Mount - Can't Boot Win7 Nov 30, 2010 I did upgrade my Ubuntu on 10.10 and had always a Dual-Boot within the Linux Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I'm not sure I'm reading this right. have a peek here And yes when i boot from the original hdd it loads Windows without GRUB. 12-17-2007, 07:05 AM #4 Guardian-Mage Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2007 Posts: 7 OS:

GEdit will open 6. Solution for the problem: For some reason (someone explained it in the post) GRUB gets confused when you install with 2 HDs and boot from the second one (he thinks that how do I tell the grub where the FC10 install is? And, (hd0,0) would be the MBR, yes..?

However, that may have been caused by having five partitions. Cheaper to make another install CD than scrap the drive. GRUB has two stages. I've done it.

if "%errorlevel%"=="255" set msg=%msg% Please do not rename or remove isolinux\isolinux.bin if "%errorlevel%"=="13" set msg=%msg% Please remove read-only attribute from file isolinux.bin del %isofile% goto end :errRO set msg=Error: Unable to I do not want to install grub on my laptops HDD, if I do I need to have the USB HDD plugged in everytime I boot and i find that a Ubuntu :: Samba Mount At Boot Time Randomly Fail Since Upgrade To 9.10? You could have avoided the issue by having the anaconda installer write the GRUB boot record to the external hard drive MBR or to the /boot partition (if you created one),

Then, shrink the Ubuntu installation to equal size to free up space for fedora.Second, installed Fedora 13 using the option "Use free space on selected drives and create default layout". Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files and successfully repaired them. Now I can't boot neither Ubuntu nor Win7 and have to run from the Live-CD. Thank you all for your help it is much appreciated.

This blew up grub. can not mount selected partition " View 1 Replies View Related Debian Installation :: Booting From USB HDD - Error 17: Cannot Mount Selected Partition May 10, 2010 I have a Today my computer suddenly shut down during an update, as I thought it overheated I decided to clean the cooling system and reapply thermal paste.