- From: dlite <glen.herron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 19:04:29 -0400
Paul J Gans wrote:
harryedwards <harryedwards.2osmfz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:that worked a treat don't know why i did not think of that thanks !!!!!!!!!!
Rather than running the rescue option, I suggest that you insert the CD
you installed Suse from. This should give you an option to boot the
installed Suse system. Once you have booted the installed system use
the software package manager to re-install GRUB. GRUB should be clever
enough to detect both your Windows and Linux systems, giving you a dual
boot option on reboot.
I have a dual boot system here, Suse 10.2 and XP. The installation of
Suse 10.2 detected my existing Windows system and created the GRUB menu
automatically. If you cannot get GRUB to work manually, it may be
easier to re-install Suse 10.2.
A few web sites provide step to aid recovery:
I don't think you have to reinstall. If you have the
original disk, boot from it. When it asks you what
you want to do. Choose "install" (you will NOT be doing
a full install.) Then it asks the usual questions about
language, time zone, etc. Answer those.
Then eventually it asks you what type of installation you
want. Check "other". That will lead to a repair screen.
That screen (which should be much more available and not
hidden the way it is) will give you some choices depending
about what you know about your problem. If it is about
reinstalling grub, use the "I know what my problem" button.
Reinstalling grub will be one of the choices.
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