New install: unable to load OS

Harry Vorstenbosch harry.vorstenbosch at
Fri Dec 9 13:36:56 UTC 2005

If you run the installation from scratch, you are able to interrupt the
installation just before the partition part. If you then look in the
list of options you get, then there is one who makes it possible to
(re)install grub.
Once again, goodluck,

Harry Vorstenbosch

On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 23:09 +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> On 12/7/05, Harry Vorstenbosch <h.vorstenbosch at> wrote:
> > Probably you have chosen to install the bootloader in the bootsector of
> > drive hda. If you point the bios to boot from drive hda your problem
> > maybe solved.
> >
> > Otherwise reinstall from scratch onto the same disk/partition as you did
> > before, install the (grub)bootloader to disk hdb and keep the bios
> > pointing to drive hdb as the first drive.
> >
> > Goodluck,
> >
> > Harry Vorstenbosch,
> >
> Yes, that sounds logical. However there does not seem to be an option
> for WHERE to install grub at install time. Also, the Kubuntu disk
> doesn't seem to have a rescue mode.
> Dotan  Cohen
> >

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