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I just installed Slackware 10. When I boot a computer it POSTS, checks for a bootable CD or floppy then outputs "GRUB GRUB" and just sits there. It is not a command prompt or anything. Thanks for any help.
Try to boot with a rescue cd and reinstall grub, by mounting your slackware root partition and run each
commands prefixed with 'chroot /mnt/hd' (if /mnt/hd is the place where root partition is mounted)
like ' chroot /mnt/hd grub-install /dev/hda ' if you want to reinstall grub in /dev/hda MBR