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I installed the GRUB in external USB HDD. (dev/ hdb2 in my case.). The above would indicate you installed Grub to the /boot or / partition of Fedora on your ...
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    I installed the GRUB in external USB HDD. (dev/ hdb2 in my case.).
    The above would indicate you installed Grub to the /boot or / partition of Fedora on your external. You need to install it to the master boot record of your external.

    Use your Fedora CD and download bootinfoscript from the site listed below. Read the instructions before using it. This will show detailed information on your system which you can post here.

    Boot Info Script | Download Boot Info Script software for free at SourceForge.net

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    And make sure, using gparted or similar that there is only one device with a /boot flag. I know you can only have one /boot using multiple OS on one drive, Probably the same by USB. Bios will handle the rest.

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