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darkshift, when the hard drive was moved, was it mover onto the same device? e.g. if it was on your /dev/hda and now it is on your /hdc it might ...
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    darkshift, when the hard drive was moved, was it mover onto the same device? e.g. if it was on your /dev/hda and now it is on your /hdc it might not work since grun will be looking at the grub.conf file and looking to boot partitions on /dev/hda and not on /dev/hdc.

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    dylunio,

    sry, maybe there was some misunderstanding, but HD was never moved, what are you referring to?

    thx m8

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    darkshift, I'm very sorry I mixed your post up with somones pose which was similar, but regarded moving hd's around, I'm very sorry, and please ignore it

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    No prob m8! thx for the help anyway

    Anyhow I finally solved it, it all started running once I enabled all drives and booted from the linux hd... god know why!

    Now I have a new prob, while loading i get:

    "Kernel panic fatal exception in interrupt
    In Interrupt handler : not syncing

    will try to find what that is..... linux life isn't too easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkshift
    Now I have a new prob, while loading i get:

    "Kernel panic fatal exception in interrupt
    In Interrupt handler : not syncing
    I had the same problem. Somehow I had the bootloader on a totally different partition from the rest after I reinstalled. I think I may have accepted an incorrect default when installing.
    I should have had the bootloader on HDB instead of HDA.

    I believe that you change it in the bios.

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