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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    No, I would not have been able to do it, at least not all the time. Wouldn't it be possible without one? However, I have successfully decrypted the drive and used the Rescue Disk to automatically add a Windows entry to the loader. That worked, without using the prompt. Strange enough, I...
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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    I have a new idea. I could already mount the Windows 7 partition into ubuntu, using Truecrypt for Linux. Now I could just copy working bootloader files into the right directory, couldn't I? If yes, what files do I need to replace, where do I get them from and in what directory do I need to copy...
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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    First of all, I want to describe how a made the bootable recovery disk, which was not so easy, for everyone with the same problem. As described in the manual linked above, I obviously had to get this bootsec.exe on the DVD. Downloaded EasyBCD to ubuntu, and extracted it with WINE. Than I used...
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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    Thanks so far, I have read it. Can I omit the command "bootrec.exe /fixmbr" ? This would overwrite the Truecrypt Bootloader.
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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    works partly Thank you so far, and thank you for the welcome! I have updated to the beta version. Now it can find grub2 after entering my password in the Truecrypt bootloader. If I don't enter it, it cannot find grub, because the file of EasyBCD, that looks for grub2, is still encrypted. If I...
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    Grub2 not found, logical partition

    Hello, I use Truecrypt on Windows 7 (system partition encrypted) and ubuntu 10.10 (encrypted). ubuntu and the separate boot partition are on ext4 filesystems on logical partitions. I made a boot entry with GRUB2 in easybcd. However, it seems that it can't find GRUB2. After chosing "ubuntu" and...
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