Originally Posted by masonm
What do you mean by messing around with the grub command?
You may need to reinstall grub if you really borked it. I'm assuming you made no changes to menu.lst?
Well every once and a while when I selected my Linux partion it would get an error and not boot. The way I got around this was by booting a liveCD and mounting that partion. Then next time I rebooted my linux partion would boot just fine.
This would happen every week or so, and as you can imagine, this was a major pain in the butt.
So I read on upgrading my verion on Grub. I thought it would fix my problem, but what ever I did screwed up my windows partion.
I don't remember what I typed excatly, but it was something like