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Old 07-16-2015, 03:22 AM   #1
siropek
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Booting to Grub with cursor with no input possible


I recently was trying to reconfigure my windows 7 on my SSD to read in UEFI. I used the program systemrescuecd and gparted and seemed to have made my computer unable to boot into OS's seamlessly.

If I select the drive with system rescue cd on it in UEFI I get an error "Failed to loadCOM32 file vesamenu.c32" I then type rescue64 to boot up into the root. Then I use startx to boot into the GUI. I'm then able to use the systemrescueCD softwear as intended.

I'm unable to load any other live linux drives, windows drives, or windows recovery discs.

I used bootinfoscript to get the following information, but I don't know what is important and my message is too long. I'll try to post in two parts:

Boot Info Script 1.61 [1 April 2012]


============================= Boot Info Summary: ===============================

=> Grub2 (v1.99) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda and looks at sector 1 of
the same hard drive for core.img, but core.img can not be found at this
location.
=> Windows is installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb.
=> Windows is installed in the MBR of /dev/sdc.
=> Syslinux MBR (4.04 and higher) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sdd.
=> Windows is installed in the MBR of /dev/sde.
=> No boot loader is installed in the MBR of /dev/sdf.

sda1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: ntfs
Boot sector type: Windows Vista/7: NTFS
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files: /syslinux/syslinux.cfg /Windows/System32/winload.exe

sdb1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: ntfs
Boot sector type: Windows Vista/7: NTFS
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files: /bootmgr /Boot/BCD

sdb2: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: ntfs
Boot sector type: Windows Vista/7: NTFS
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files:

sdc1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: ntfs
Boot sector type: Windows Vista/7: NTFS
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files:

sdd1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: vfat
Boot sector type: SYSLINUX 4.04 2011-04-18
Boot sector info: Syslinux looks at sector 70784 of /dev/sdd1 for its
second stage. SYSLINUX is installed in the directory.
No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files: /boot/grub/grub.cfg /syslinux/syslinux.cfg /ldlinux.sys

sde1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: vfat
Boot sector type: SYSLINUX 4.05 2011-12-09
Boot sector info: Syslinux looks at sector 913112 of /dev/sde1 for its
second stage. SYSLINUX is installed in the syslinux
directory. No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files: /syslinux/syslinux.cfg /efi/boot/bootx64.efi
/syslinux/ldlinux.sys

sdf1: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: vfat
Boot sector type: Windows 7: FAT32
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Boot Parameter Block.
Operating System:
Boot files: /boot/grub/grub.cfg /syslinux/syslinux.cfg
/efi/BOOT/grubx64.efi

sdf2: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: Extended Partition
Boot sector type: -
Boot sector info:

sdf5: __________________________________________________________________________

File system: swap
Boot sector type: -
Boot sector info:

============================ Drive/Partition Info: =============================

Drive: sda _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sda: 238.5 GiB, 256060514304 bytes, 500118192 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sda1 1 500,118,191 500,118,191 ee GPT


GUID Partition Table detected.

Partition Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors System
/dev/sda1 2,048 500,115,455 500,113,408 EFI System partition

Drive: sdb _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sdb: 931.5 GiB, 1000204886016 bytes, 1953525168 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sdb1 * 2,048 206,847 204,800 7 NTFS / exFAT / HPFS
/dev/sdb2 206,848 1,953,519,615 1,953,312,768 7 NTFS / exFAT / HPFS


Drive: sdc _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sdc: 3.7 TiB, 4000787030016 bytes, 7814037168 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sdc1 2,048 4,294,965,247 4,294,963,200 7 NTFS / exFAT / HPFS


Drive: sdd _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sdd: 29 GiB, 31104958464 bytes, 60751872 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sdd1 * 2,048 60,751,871 60,749,824 c W95 FAT32 (LBA)


Drive: sde _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sde: 3.8 GiB, 4026531840 bytes, 7864320 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sde1 128 7,864,319 7,864,192 b W95 FAT32


Drive: sdf _____________________________________________________________________

Disk /dev/sdf: 29.8 GiB, 32026656768 bytes, 62552064 sectors
Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

Partition Boot Start Sector End Sector # of Sectors Id System

/dev/sdf1 2,048 59,914,239 59,912,192 c W95 FAT32 (LBA)
/dev/sdf2 59,916,286 62,550,015 2,633,730 5 Extended
/dev/sdf5 59,916,288 62,550,015 2,633,728 82 Linux swap / Solaris


"blkid" output: ________________________________________________________________

Device UUID TYPE LABEL

/dev/loop0 squashfs
/dev/sda1 E274B9E174B9B89D ntfs
/dev/sdb1 9CBE950DBE94E156 ntfs System Reserved
/dev/sdb2 8C78B57978B5631E ntfs
/dev/sdc1 5AE47810E477EC9F ntfs
/dev/sdd1 3262-6834 vfat MYLINUXLIVE
/dev/sde1 CA08-D5D1 vfat
/dev/sdf1 D8D8-7635 vfat MYLINUXLIVE
/dev/sdf5 dcf35c4c-3bde-45c6-acab-42f3949e29bb swap

================================ Mount points: =================================

Device Mount_Point Type Options

/dev/loop0 /livemnt/squashfs squashfs (ro,relatime)
/dev/sda1 /livemnt/boot ntfs (ro,relatime,uid=0,gid=0,fmask=0177,dmask=077,nls=utf8,errors=continue,mft_zone_multiplier=1)


========================= sda1/syslinux/syslinux.cfg: ==========================

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
UI vesamenu.c32
F2 f2images.msg
F3 f3params.msg
F4 f4arun.msg
F5 f5troubl.msg
F6 f6pxe.msg
F7 f7net.msg

PROMPT 0
TIMEOUT 900
ONTIMEOUT rescuecd_std

MENU DEFAULT rescuecd_std
MENU TABMSG Press [TAB] to edit options or <F2>,<F3>,<F4>,<F5>,<F6>,<F7> for help
MENU TITLE SYSTEM-RESCUE-CD 4.5.3 (www.sysresccd.org)
MENU ROWS 16
MENU TIMEOUTROW 22
MENU TABMSGROW 24
MENU CMDLINEROW 24
MENU HELPMSGROW 26
MENU WIDTH 78
MENU MARGIN 6
MENU BACKGROUND #c00090f0

MENU color title 1;31;40 #FFFF0000 #00000000 std
MENU color sel 7;37;40 #FF000000 #FFC0C0C0 all
MENU color unsel 37;44 #FF000000 #00000000 none
MENU color hotsel 1;7;37;40 #FF000000 #FFC0C0C0 all
MENU color tabmsg 1;31;40 #FFFFFF00 #00000000 std
MENU color help 1;31;40 #FFFFFFFF #00000000 none

LABEL rescuecd_std
MENU LABEL 1) SystemRescueCd: default boot options
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 scandelay=1 -- rescue32 scandelay=1
TEXT HELP
Boot standard kernel with default options (should always work). You should
use this entry if you don't know which one to use. You can press [TAB] and
add extra boot options after rescue32 or/and rescue64 if required
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_docache
MENU LABEL 2) SystemRescueCd: all files cached to memory (docache)
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 docache -- rescue32 docache
TEXT HELP
Boot standard kernel and run system from RAM (cdrom can be removed)
It requires 512 MB of memory to work and takes some time during the
boot process, but the cdrom can be removed and system will be faster.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_791
MENU LABEL 3) SystemRescueCd: framebuffer console in high resolution
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 nomodeset vga=791 -- rescue32 nomodeset vga=791
TEXT HELP
Boot standard kernel with console in high resolution
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
This mode is useful only if you want to work in console mode
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_us
MENU LABEL 4) SystemRescueCd: do not ask for keyboard, use US keymap
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 setkmap=us -- rescue32 setkmap=us
TEXT HELP
Boot standard kernel and use the keymap for american keyboards
This way it will not prompt for the keymap during the boot process
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_auto
MENU LABEL 5) Boot an existing Linux system installed on the disk
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 root=auto -- rescue32 root=auto
TEXT HELP
Detect partition where linux is installed and boot from it. You can use
this to boot Linux if your boot loader (eg: Grub) is broken or has been
removed by another OS.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_alt
MENU LABEL 6) SystemRescueCd: alternative kernel with default boot options
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND altker64 scandelay=1 -- altker32 scandelay=1
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative kernel with default options (should always work). You should
use this entry if you want to use the alternative kernel with the default
boot options. You can press [TAB] and add extra boot options if required
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd_xorg
MENU LABEL 7) SystemRescueCd: directly start the graphical environment
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 dostartx -- rescue32 dostartx
TEXT HELP
Boot standard kernel and start the XFCE graphical environment
directly. You can also get in this environment by typing "startx" from
the console.
ENDTEXT

MENU SEPARATOR

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU BEGIN
MENU TITLE A) Run system tools from floppy disk image...

LABEL memtest
MENU LABEL MEMTEST: Memory test using Memtest86+
kernel /bootdisk/memtestp
append -
TEXT HELP
Use this tool if you suspect your RAM from being damaged. Damaged memory can
explain crashes or unexpected bahaviors on stable operating systems.
ENDTEXT

LABEL ntpass
MENU LABEL NTPASSWD: Reset or edit Windows passwords
kernel /ntpasswd/vmlinuz
append rw vga=1 initrd=/ntpasswd/initrd.cgz,/ntpasswd/scsi.cgz
TEXT HELP
This tool can be used to reset windows users accounts. It works with all
windows user accounts including the administrator. You can use this tool if
you forgot the administrator's password.
ENDTEXT

LABEL grubdisk
MENU LABEL SGD: Super Grub2 Disk
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/grubdisk.img floppy raw

LABEL freedos
MENU LABEL FREEDOS: Clone of the MSDOS Operating System
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/freedos.img floppy
TEXT HELP
FreeDOS can be used to execute DOS programs such as BIOS upgrade tools
ENDTEXT

LABEL netboot
MENU LABEL NETBOOT: Boot from the network
kernel netboot
append -

LABEL hdt
MENU LABEL HDT: recent hardware diagnostics tool
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/hdt.img floppy
TEXT HELP
This diagnostic tool will give you information about your hardware
ENDTEXT

LABEL aida
MENU LABEL AIDA: old hardware diagnostics tool
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/aida.img floppy

LABEL gag
MENU LABEL GAG: Graphical Boot Manager
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/gag.img floppy

LABEL dban
MENU LABEL DBAN: erase all data from the disk
kernel /bootdisk/dban.bzi
append nuke="dwipe" silent

LABEL mhdd
MENU LABEL MHDD: Low-level Hard Drive diagnostic tool
kernel memdisk
append initrd=/bootdisk/mhdd.img floppy

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL return
MENU LABEL Return to main menu
MENU EXIT

MENU END

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU BEGIN
MENU TITLE B) Standard 32bit kernel (rescue32) with more choice...

LABEL rescue32_1
MENU LABEL 1. SystemRescueCd with default options
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel with default options (should always work)
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_2
MENU LABEL 2. SystemRescueCd with all files cached to memory
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND docache
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel and run system from memory.
It requires 512 MB of memory to work and takes some time during the
boot process, but the cdrom can be removed and system will be faster.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_3
MENU LABEL 3. SystemRescueCd with console in high resolution (1024x768)
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel with framebuffer console in high resolution
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_4
MENU LABEL 4. SystemRescueCd with a standard VGA console (no KMS)
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel and use standard low-resolution VGA console
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
Try this if you can't get a working console or new a low-resolution mode
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_5
MENU LABEL 5. SystemRescueCd with a console in 800x600
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND video=800x600
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel and use the default graphic driver in 800x600
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be used if appropriate.
Use that to get a 800x600 resolution and have a KMS compatible card.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_6
MENU LABEL 6. Boot an existing Linux OS installed on the disk
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND root=auto
TEXT HELP
Detect partition where linux is installed and boot from it. You can use
this to boot Linux if your boot loader (eg: Grub) is broken or has been
removed by another OS.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_7
MENU LABEL 7. SystemRescueCd with the default graphical environment
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND dostartx
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel and start the XFCE graphical environment
directly. You can also get in this environment by typing "startx" from
the console.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue32_8
MENU LABEL 8. SystemRescueCd with VESA based graphical environment
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791 dostartx forcevesa
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 32bit kernel and use VESA based graphical environment
Try this if you have problems to get the default graphical environment
ENDTEXT

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL return
MENU LABEL Return to main menu
MENU EXIT

MENU END

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU BEGIN
MENU TITLE C) Standard 64bit kernel (rescue64) with more choice...

LABEL rescue64_1
MENU LABEL 1. SystemRescueCd with default options
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel with default options (should always work)
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_2
MENU LABEL 2. SystemRescueCd with all files cached to memory
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND docache
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel and run system from RAM (cdrom can be removed)
It requires 512 MB of memory to work and takes some time during the
boot process, but the cdrom can be removed and system will be faster.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_3
MENU LABEL 3. SystemRescueCd with console in high resolution (1024x768)
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel with framebuffer console in high resolution
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_4
MENU LABEL 4. SystemRescueCd with a standard VGA console (no KMS)
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel and use standard low-resolution VGA console
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
Try this if you can't get a working console or new a low-resolution mode
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_5
MENU LABEL 5. SystemRescueCd with a console in 800x600
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND video=800x600
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel and use the default graphic driver in 800x600
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be used if appropriate.
Use that to get a 800x600 resolution and have a KMS compatible card.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_6
MENU LABEL 6. Boot an existing Linux OS installed on the disk
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND root=auto
TEXT HELP
Detect partition where linux is installed and boot from it. You can use
this to boot Linux if your boot loader (eg: Grub) is broken or has been
removed by another OS.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_7
MENU LABEL 7. SystemRescueCd with the default graphical environment
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND dostartx
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel and start the XFCE graphical environment
directly. You can also get in this environment by typing "startx" from
the console.
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescue64_8
MENU LABEL 8. SystemRescueCd with VESA based graphical environment
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791 dostartx forcevesa
TEXT HELP
Boot standard 64bit kernel and use VESA based graphical environment
Try this if you have problems to get the default graphical environment
ENDTEXT

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL return
MENU LABEL Return to main menu
MENU EXIT

MENU END

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU BEGIN
MENU TITLE D) Alternative 32bit kernel (altker32) with more choice...

LABEL altker32_1
MENU LABEL 1. SystemRescueCd with default options
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel with default options (should always work)
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_2
MENU LABEL 2. SystemRescueCd with all files cached to memory
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND docache
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel and run system from memory.
It requires 512 MB of memory to work and takes some time during the
boot process, but the cdrom can be removed and system will be faster.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_3
MENU LABEL 3. SystemRescueCd with console in high resolution (1024x768)
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel with framebuffer console in high resolution
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_4
MENU LABEL 4. SystemRescueCd with a standard VGA console (no KMS)
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel and use standard low-resolution VGA
console. KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
Try this if you can't get a working console or new a low-resolution mode
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_5
MENU LABEL 5. SystemRescueCd with a console in 800x600
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND video=800x600
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel and use standard graphic driver in 800x600
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be used if appropriate.
Use that to get a 800x600 resolution and have a KMS compatible card.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_6
MENU LABEL 6. Boot an existing Linux OS installed on the disk
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND root=auto
TEXT HELP
Detect partition where linux is installed and boot from it. You can use
this to boot Linux if your boot loader (eg: Grub) is broken or has been
removed by another OS.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_7
MENU LABEL 7. SystemRescueCd with the default graphical environment
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND dostartx
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel and start the XFCE graphical environment
directly. You can also get in this environment by typing "startx" from
the console.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker32_8
MENU LABEL 8. SystemRescueCd with VESA based graphical environment
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791 dostartx forcevesa
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 32bit kernel and use VESA based graphical environment
Try this if you have problems to get the default graphical environment
ENDTEXT

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL return
MENU LABEL Return to main menu
MENU EXIT

MENU END

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU BEGIN
MENU TITLE E) Alternative 64bit kernel (altker64) with more choice...

LABEL altker64_1
MENU LABEL 1. SystemRescueCd with default options
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel with default options (should always work)
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_2
MENU LABEL 2. SystemRescueCd with all files cached to memory
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND docache
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel and run system from memory.
It requires 512 MB of memory to work and takes some time during the
boot process, but the cdrom can be removed and system will be faster.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_3
MENU LABEL 3. SystemRescueCd with console in high resolution (1024x768)
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel with framebuffer console in high resolution
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_4
MENU LABEL 4. SystemRescueCd with a standard VGA console (no KMS)
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel and use standard low-resolution VGA
console. KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be disabled.
Try this if you can't get a working console or new a low-resolution mode
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_5
MENU LABEL 5. SystemRescueCd with a console in 800x600
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND video=800x600
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel and use standard graphic driver in 800x600
KMS graphic drivers (Kernel-Mode-Settings) will be used if appropriate.
Use that to get a 800x600 resolution and have a KMS compatible card.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_6
MENU LABEL 6. Boot an existing Linux OS installed on the disk
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND root=auto
TEXT HELP
Detect partition where linux is installed and boot from it. You can use
this to boot Linux if your boot loader (eg: Grub) is broken or has been
removed by another OS.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_7
MENU LABEL 7. SystemRescueCd with the default graphical environment
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND dostartx
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel and start the XFCE graphical environment
directly. You can also get in this environment by typing "startx" from
the console.
ENDTEXT

LABEL altker64_8
MENU LABEL 8. SystemRescueCd with VESA based graphical environment
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz
APPEND nomodeset vga=791 dostartx forcevesa
TEXT HELP
Boot alternative 64bit kernel and use VESA based graphical environment
Try this if you have problems to get the default graphical environment
ENDTEXT

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL return
MENU LABEL Return to main menu
MENU EXIT

MENU END

# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MENU SEPARATOR

LABEL local1
MENU LABEL *) Boot from first hard disk
kernel chain.c32
append hd0
TEXT HELP
Boot local OS installed on first hard disk
ENDTEXT

LABEL local2
MENU LABEL *) Boot from second hard disk
kernel chain.c32
append hd1
TEXT HELP
Boot local OS installed on second hard disk
ENDTEXT

LABEL rescuecd
MENU HIDE
KERNEL ifcpu64.c32
APPEND rescue64 -- rescue32

LABEL rescue32
MENU HIDE
LINUX rescue32
INITRD initram.igz

LABEL rescue64
MENU HIDE
LINUX rescue64
INITRD initram.igz

LABEL altker32
MENU HIDE
LINUX altker32
INITRD initram.igz

LABEL altker64
MENU HIDE
LINUX altker64
INITRD initram.igz

LABEL azerty
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/azerty.ktl
LABEL be
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/be.ktl
LABEL bg
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/bg.ktl
LABEL by
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/by.ktl
LABEL cf
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/cf.ktl
LABEL croat
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/croat.ktl
LABEL cz
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/cz.ktl
LABEL de
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/de.ktl
LABEL dk
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/dk.ktl
LABEL dvorak
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/dvorak.ktl
LABEL es
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/es.ktl
LABEL et
MENU HIDE
KERNEL kbdmap.c32
APPEND maps/et.ktl
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Don't try and split post that RESULTS.txt - load it up on a web file hosting site and post a link to it.

Then explain - in excruciating detail - what you had configured before this little episode, and what you did to cause it. In excruciating detail.
 
  


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