BCD cant boot Linux

betee

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#1
Hi all,
i am using the newest version of easybcd on windows 8 and Debian Wheezy. Booting to Windows8 works without problems. But if i want to boot Debian it only says the following:
try (hd0,0): ext2: -
I use one HDD and 3 Partitions:
1 - Boot Partition for Debian
2 - Windows Partition
3 - Debian Partition (crypted)

If i use a Supergrub disk i can boot Debian without problems.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

EDIT: Problem solved, i use Grub instead. Thanks

Betee
 
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#2
same problem

i have a boot cd i mabe the image from my boot cd into the boot menu like mouting the image one of the options u can do so i boot with dis mounted image so i can start my ubuntu 13.4 also i install dis program versie 2.2 and i lost my boot menu from windows 8 becose dit bootmenu is like window 7 boot menu i like more the windows 8 boot menu so i dont now how to restore dis i like more grafic bootmenu.

greatings mathijs











Hi all,
i am using the newest version of easybcd on windows 8 and Debian Wheezy. Booting to Windows8 works without problems. But if i want to boot Debian it only says the following:


I use one HDD and 3 Partitions:
1 - Boot Partition for Debian
2 - Windows Partition
3 - Debian Partition (crypted)

If i use a Supergrub disk i can boot Debian without problems.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

EDIT: Problem solved, i use Grub instead. Thanks

Betee