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When I get to my grub I get the correct options for the operating systems I have installed. (Windows XP and Ubuntu 7.10). However when I select one of the ...
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- 02-28-2008 #1
[SOLVED] Grub not working (Error 22)
When I get to my grub I get the correct options for the operating systems I have installed. (Windows XP and Ubuntu 7.10).
However when I select one of the operating systems I get the message "Error 22: No such partition".
I have found that if I have the Windows XP disk in the drive that I can boot into any of the operating systems without problem. I have reinstalled Linux with Ubuntu, Kubuntu and OpenSUSE. The grub updates but I still get the same error.Linux User #453176
- 02-28-2008 #2
Fixed this error.
In my menu.lst file I have changed the instances of
root (hd0,2)Linux User #453176
- 02-29-2008 #3
Boot up from any LiveCD and post the output of sudo fdisk -l command here.
- 02-29-2008 #4
It's okay devils_casper, I've sorted it now (see above).
Also I was able to boot into the operating system as long as the XP cd was in the CD drive. Any ideas why that would happen?Linux User #453176