Recent content by deker0

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    Grub Issues?

    Hi CG, I believe Mandriva uses a stage 1.5 file, so that's probably why it didn't work. Any thoughts on when EasyBCD will support that type of booting?
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    Grub Issues?

    Tried this, didn't work. I also installed Mandriva 2007 in case it was just an issue with Red Hat Enterprise, no good. All I get is a blinking cursor with a black background. I tried also booting into Linux rescue mode and grabbing the 512 bytes of the bootsector on the Linux drive. I then...
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    XP/Vista/Kubuntu

    If your root=/dev/sdb3, then hd(0,3) should change to hd(1,3) the b indicates it's the second drive, therefore we count hd0 as #1 and hd1 as #2
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    Grub Issues?

    Okay, tried one last thing...I recopied the Stage1 file directly from the Program Files folder where EasyBCD is installed. Got a GRUB prompt with nothing else. menu.lst file is as follows: # NeoSmart NeoGrub Bootloader Configuration File # # This NeoGrub menu.lst file should be located at...
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    Grub Issues?

    I reinstalled NeoGrub and setup the menu.lst as shown in my earlier post. No good unfortunately. Error screenshot is attached.
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    Grub Issues?

    Hi CG, thanks for the reply. I read up on the website you provided and came up with the following menu.lst file for my particular setup: # /boot/grub/menu.lst # grub boot menu configuration # general configuration: timeout 10 default 0 color light-gray/blue red/light-gray #...
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    Grub Issues?

    Sorry, guess you can tell I'm a bit bored today. I also figure that providing as much info as possible will make it easier to help me out. I'm attaching my partitions screenshot, so you can see how the drive is laid out. Disk 0 turns out to be my zip drive, not sure why, but maybe that's an...
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    Grub Issues?

    And lastly, I am attaching a screenshot of the exact error. I hope it's just something I'm doing wrong and not a problem with EasyBCD.
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    Grub Issues?

    Also, just a little additional info: I have Win XP and Win Vista running on partitions 1 and 2 of a SATA drive When I installed RHEL, I created 4 additional partitions on that drive (/boot, /, swap, and /data) /boot is on the 3rd partition. Hope this info helps. I purposely chose not...
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    Grub Issues?

    I installed Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and did not install grub. What are the steps I can take to boot into RHEL4?