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Hello, I created a dedicated grub partition when I set up my partitions and installed a few distros. I just tried to install a more recent up-to-date distro and something ...
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- 12-14-2008 #1
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- Jan 2008
any dedicated grub partition experts?
The distro's grub is handling it 100%. Did I install that distro's grub to the MBR or something? I'm not sure what's wrong exactly but I want to restore the grub partition as before.
I have notes and I know which drive partition is assigned to which distro (sdaN etc.) but I cannot figure out what to do now.
I've tried some grub commands but none have worked. There's an error message or it's like my drive isn't even there.
I haven't had to do anything with grub for a while so I guess I didn't learn this stuff as well as I thought.
Does anyone recognize what the problem is and how to fix it?
My grub partition is on sda5 for e.g. and the distro was installed on sda9.
I thought I only had to install (Kubuntu's grub) onto the root partition of where it was installed.
Maybe my first mistake was installing one of the -buntus!