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Old 12-04-2010, 04:38 PM   #1
nijamudeen
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Grub problem; I don't know what information you need to help me.


GRUB4DOS 0.4.4 2009-4-20,memory 639k/ 1788m Menu End 0434CE
[Minimal BASH -like line is
supported. For the first word, TAB list possible command completions.
Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completion of a
device/filename.ESC at any time exists.]
GRUB>root (hd0,1)
FileSystem type is ntfs,partition type 007
GRUB>setup (hd0)
Error 15 file not found
GRUB>setup (hd0,1)
Error 15 file not found


please help me immediately....................


your's obediently

A.Nijamudeen
 
Old 12-04-2010, 04:41 PM   #2
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help me

GRUB4DOS 0.4.4 2009-4-20,memory 639k/ 1788m Menu End 0434CE
[Minimal BASH -like line is
supported. For the first word, TAB list possible command completions.
Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completion of a
device/filename.ESC at any time exists.]
GRUB>root (hd0,1)
FileSystem type is ntfs,partition type 007
GRUB>setup (hd0)
Error 15 file not found
GRUB>setup (hd0,1)
Error 15 file not found


please help me immediately....................


your's obediently

A.Nijamudeen
 
Old 12-04-2010, 05:03 PM   #3
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Please don't hijack someone's thread. If you have a question not already answered, start a new thread.
 
Old 12-04-2010, 05:18 PM   #4
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nijamudeen,

I have taken your posts off of the thread you hijacked them onto and given you a thread of your own. Please do not do that again.

I don't know in the least, what your GRUB problem is, but I don't understand the question as you've written it either. Can you provide more details about what's going on, and on which GNU/Linux operating system? The more details, the better.

Finally:
Quote:
please help me immediately....................
The above is not very polite. Please be patient while awaiting help. All LQ members are volunteers, and someone will help you if and when they have some time, and if they have a clue how to help fix your problem.

Thanks & kind regards.
 
Old 12-04-2010, 05:48 PM   #5
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http://www.linuxselfhelp.com/gnu/gru.../grub_toc.html
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15 : File not found
This error is returned if the specified file name cannot be found, but everything else (like the disk/partition info) is OK.
Quote:
setup [--force-lba] [--stage2=os_stage2_file] [--prefix=dir] install_device [image_device]

Set up the installation of GRUB automatically. This command uses the more flexible command install (see section install) in the backend and installs GRUB into the device install_device. If image_device is specified, then find the GRUB images (see section GRUB image files) in the device image_device, otherwise use the current root device, which can be set by the command root. If install_device is a hard disk, then embed a Stage 1.5 in the disk if possible.

The option --prefix specifies the directory under which GRUB images are put. If it is not specified, GRUB automatically searches them in `/boot/grub' and `/grub'.

The options --force-lba and --stage2 are just passed to install if specified. See section install, for more information.
Hopefully these will help a little bit. You haven't given us enough information to really solve your problem, though.

How are your partitions setup? How many operating systems are installed and where? Why are you using grub4dos? Are you trying to recover a non-booting system? What happened that caused it to not boot?
 
  


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