These commands are sufficient to investigate the contents of the drives, set prefix (path to the grub folder) and root (partition), load modules and boot. i m open fedora bt there is no option of w7 during the start lapi. Now I cannot boot any operating system anymore, unfortunately. Refer to Grub2/Installing#Purging & Reinstalling GRUB 2 for guidance. http://qtechnology.net/error-no/error-no-such-device-grub-rescue-ubuntu-11-10.html
linux boot partitioning grub2 share|improve this question edited Nov 22 '11 at 2:15 asked Nov 20 '11 at 4:36 N13 201239 Could you explain your edit, @studiohack? I gave this partition the name U: and restarted the computer twice - I then downloaded Wubi from ubuntu.com/download and tried to install ubuntu 11.04 on this new partition U: - A common reason for the grub rescue> prompt is an incorrect path to the grub folder. There are lots of questions here that address this issue, such as: Ubuntu Install Unknown Partitions Ubuntu 14.04 not detecting free space Partitions created in Windows are not showing in Ubuntu
If Ctrl+Alt+T short cut does not work, try to run the terminal from menu/Unity HUD. An error message usually means the path is incorrect. 7.* linux /vmlinuz root=/dev/sdXY ro Selects the latest kernel. Editing the GRUB 2 Menu During Boot Following a failed boot, GRUB 2 is designed to display the GRUB 2 menu on the next boot and await user input.
Adv Reply October 4th, 2011 #3 Blasphemist View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message May the Ubuntu Be With You! The trouble is that Ubuntu can't install to a disk that uses LDM, so by doing this, you've created a new hurdle for yourself. Any Suggestions? UUIDs can be checked with the sudoblkid command.
After installation, the system fails to boot. However the i wiped out / formatted thr root usb disk and the other one that i used to lauch the program. Is this normal? DistroEdubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr Re: error: no such device: grub rescue> The first step is to boot the Ubuntu USB and select "Try it" - boot to the desktop and post
I have reinstalled the whole base system twice. but you have an error in the step4: apt-get purge grub grub-pc grub-commo should be apt-get purge grub grub-pc grub-common thanks. The default is /boot/grub/grub.cfg For problems with booting the main linux kernel, verify the search, linux, and initrd lines in the [### BEGIN /etc/grub.d/10_linux ###] section of the file. Working...
insmod linux Load the linux module. his comment is here Reply [email protected] says November 8, 2013 at 12:50 am Tnx Abhishek Reply Ky groff says October 31, 2013 at 11:07 am Hi I get to step 4 then apt-get update responds Offline #8 2010-07-26 18:14:37 hokasch Member Registered: 2007-09-23 Posts: 1,461 Re: [Solved]GRUB error: No such device OK sorry for this, what should really make the difference which hd gets to boot This is normal.
TechnoFusion 295,468 views 4:59 Fix unknown filesystem Grub rescue Ubuntu, Windows - Duration: 2:30. Differences for version 1.98 (Ubuntu 10.4, Lucid Lynx) are noted when the procedures differ. The display provides the first indication of what might be causing the failure to boot. this contact form Is your bios set up to boot from the second hard disk?
No need to reinstall. Hahilent 115,075 views 11:27 Grub Rescue - Complete Re-install of GRUB 2 from Live USB - Duration: 3:49. set prefix=(hdX,Y)/boot/grub Use the values determined earlier.
Boot-Repair is a GUI application which can automatically analyze boot problems and select the proper course of action to repair them. Chance is that you cannot have anymore primary partitions. Reply Shoop says October 29, 2013 at 7:03 pm I've ubuntuworking now and can see the boot menu by holding shift at startupbut xp won't boot, get an error- error:no video Quick Fix: Use the Search & Set section to confirm the correct paths are set.
It uses 'pacman', its home-grown package manager, to provide updates to the latest software applications with full dependency tracking. Reply Abhishek Prakash says April 9, 2014 at 6:10 pm I think I am too late now. Offline #23 2010-07-26 20:19:50 hokasch Member Registered: 2007-09-23 Posts: 1,461 Re: [Solved]GRUB error: No such device Really? http://qtechnology.net/error-no/error-no-such-partition-grub-rescue-ubuntu-13-04.html Step 4: Purge Grub 2 packages Now when we are in chroot environment (you can think of it as if we are behaving as root for the mounted partition)., time to
Are helicopters capable of carrying this type of giants? GRUB has failed to find even the most basic information, usually contained in the MBR or boot sector. After rebooting, the error message which I posted above, appeared. 3) Try to rescue - I then booted ubuntu from my USB stick and tried to re-install ubuntu from there - The GRUB 2 terminal, in either 'failure' mode, provides a robust ability to search hard drive(s) and partitions and to inspect their contents.
hd0,3 would translate to the first hard drive and partition 3. And it uses Grub 2. it's very help me to solve grub problem.. :D http://myrepairsolution.blogspot.com Reply gowtham says December 3, 2013 at 6:21 am i want the files which is stored on the windows 7 what In the future, do not use the Windows Disk Management tool to do anything but shrink your Windows partition.
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