problem installing grub
michaelweaver1 at btinternet.com
Mon Jan 1 18:28:10 UTC 2007
When I tried to have Ubuntu Edgy installed on my desktop, the chap doing it
temporarily installed a hard drive and he took out my Windows drive.
For some reason grub wouldn't install on this drive.
Why could this have happened?
He tried to install both with the Live and the Alternative CDs but still the
same problem where my PC refused to boot.
Even temporarily adding extra memory to what I already had in the hope of
getting better use of the Desktop CD for Edgy didn't make any difference.
Why could this problem with Grub have occured when we were using his drive?
He created partitions to keep some information which was on it as there were
files that he wanted but if it had worked, he was going to take those files
from it when he next came to my flat, let me have it and have it resized
with enough of a partition for Windows for my Dual Boot PC.
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