Thanks for the responses man!
yeah, i tried all kinds of different combinations......you know how neogrub has just the command line?
root (hdx,y) from 0<=x<=3 and 0<=y<=3
and none of them returned a statement about the partition being ext3?
could the fact that my...
Partition 0(HPFS/NTFS - 93 GB)
Partition 0(Linux native - 23 GB)
Partition 0(HPFS/NTFS - 233 GB)
Partition 0(HPFS/NTFS - 466 GB)
The first two are my laptop's internal HDs....the second two are externals....is the number not (hd1,0)?
Het man, thanks!....I understand that there is a problem that it cannot find either of those files....could there be a reason for a corrupted grub?.....also, why would setting the root to that partition return an ntfs statement?
Ok....so....I have been at this for a while....and, I have reformatted my computer a very large number of times.....
I have an HP dv9230us laptop with two 100 GB HDs....I have vista installed on hd0 and ubuntu installed on hd1.....I have used the live cd to write grub to hd1 and i have added...