1) Well Windows is on the same drive as Mandriva (that would be /dev/sdc,
and I is the first drive to boot in Bios (after CD-Rom :P).
2) It's via a onboard controller on GigaByte GA-P35-DS3P, seems to work in Mandriva if I connect them in a strange way, so the driver is not a problem (there's only music on them, no Windows, no Linux), just can't get them both to work together.
3) Windows is booting and if I change the command line from /dev/sda5/ to /dev/sdc5/, Linux also starts to boot, but gives me an error that /dev/sda5 is not accesible and asks for root password and moves me to console.
4) It seems that I just need to change /etc/fstab line, and then grubs line (well it can be changed when loading manually so if I get Linux to boot it can be changed from there).
So how do I change /etc/fstab/ (/dev/sda5/ to /dev/sdc5/) in the console correctly? Maybe I should use Knoppix or something?
Thanks for your help, seems that the problem is not that serious. =)
EDIT: So i tried using "vi /etc/fstab", it opens the file, but in read only, nothing helps, sudo, chmod -c +rwrwrw /etc/fstab, it still is read only, both from the console that comes after the error and the console that opens after choosing rescue systyem on the installation CD. File does containt lines that I'm supposed to edit, just cant get it writeable. Maybe I should boot from knoppix or ubuntu?
EDIT: Well, I reinstalled it, everything works so far, thx anyway.
Last edited by Chaosdragon; 06-23-2008 at 01:14 PM.