Re: Configure GRUB
- From: norman <norman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 14:40:14 +0000
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I think it might be the problem. Is there any way to change that
partition to primary?
Someone who knows more about Windows might want to correct my
here, but I would try two things:
sudo cfdisk /dev/hda
and mark /dev/hda5 as bootable, (toggle the bootable flag for
that change in cfdisk, quit cfdisk
I did it, but when I try to write it, I receive this error:
"More then one primary partition is marked bootable. DOS MBR cannot
boot this. Toggle bootable flag of the current partition."
If I try to boot from the new option at the menu, I receive this
"Error 12: Invalid device request"
I seem to have had a similar problem when I tried to double boot and
only solved the problem by making sure that the windows was upto date
with all the updates. I was told that with XP for example unless all the
updates were in place Ubuntu virtually killed windows and then, of
course, Error 12 would appear because there was no windows to boot.
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