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  1. #1

    Super Grub Disk CD problem


    Hello!
    I've got some strange problems with GRUB etc...
    so i will try SGD.

    When i boot from the Super Grub Disk Cdrom everything is okay, but when i am in the GNU/Linux menu (Fix Boot of Gnu/Linux (GRUB), Boot Gnu/Linux, Boot Gnu/Linux Directly, Gnu/Linux (Advanced))
    and select something it just flashes a blue menu and then it stands "selectfile XXX" where X is some path to some file.

    I've also tried other versions of SGD with the same problem.

    Thanks for help!

  2. #2
    forum.guy
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    Welcome to the forums!

    You can find documentation for using the SuperGRUB LiveCD on their wiki pages:

    Main Page - Super Grub Disk Wiki
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  3. #3
    Yep, I tried the CD on another computer and it worked perfectly. Is there something wrong on this computer that causes this? If so, how can i fix it?

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  5. #4
    Could be a dirty cdrom lens. You could clean it with a Philips USA PH62052 CD Lens Cleaner
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  6. #5
    YES! I discovered just that in the Super Grub Disk each time i clicked something, the CD/DVD drive started making noise. I did just have to wait until the noise was over and then continue. I was too fast going trough the menues
    But thank you for your advices!

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