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Thread: Grub prompt, possible disk crash
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Grub prompt, possible disk crash
I have searched the forums to get an idea of what I could do. I have tried the following:
Linux rescue: I found a post which indicated that the MBR may have been corrupted and to use linux rescue and then reinstall grub. My server is running Fedora Core 3 so I inserted the CD, set the BIOS to boot of the CD and issued the linux rescue command. Eventutally I got the error "An error occurred trying to mount some or all of your system. Some of it may be mounted under /mnt/sysimage". From the command prompt I took a look at /mnt/sysimage but it was empty.
I then tried to boot the server using grub:
root (hd0,0) returned "filesystem type is ext2fs, partition type 0x83"
kernel /vmlinuz returned Error 25: Disk read error
This doesn't sound too good. Anyone any ideas of what I could try. I would like to get the server rebooted if possible. If not I would like to get some files of the disk drive.
Hmm..in that case perhaps there are 2 problem.
1. Error on your kernel conf.
2. Your HardDrive posibbly having an error sector that cannot read-JG-