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Old 01-07-2005, 08:19 AM   #1
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Question Problem with GRUB on NTFS

I have a raid controler " PCI 32Bit Ultra DMA 133 Card" of "SUNIX" with chipset "Sil 0680" for supporting "2 Channel Raid" and the version of bios is "r3210".

I use that controler with four HD, tow 30G WD and tow 120G WD, on strip mode (RAID 0) for tow arrays, on (0,2)-first RAID0 is 30G WD HDs and on (1,3)-second RAID0 is 120G WD HDs. First install windows XP on C: (format type NTFS) and is the first primary partition (size 10G on first RAID0 array). After that try to install SuSE9.1 or Fedora Core 3 on first RAID0 creating "swap" primary partition 768MB on first RAID0, primary partition "/boot" (-ext3 for Fedora, -raiser for SuSE) 1GB on first RAID0, extend partition the other free (~46GB of first RAID0), first logical partition "/" (-ext3 for Fedora, -raiser for SuSE) 6.5GB on first RAID0, second logical partition "/home" (-ext3 for Fedora, -raiser for SuSE) 3.5GB on first RAID0 and third logical partition all the other free space for windows (-NTFS).

After of installation of Linux "SuSE or Fedora" run GRUB and stop on black screan with viewing "GRUB " !!!

When try for "SuSE" to install again and after select boot from existed SuSE it works ... !

I dont' Like to use the second big array RAID0 for install OS!!! Say, i have not second array of RAID....



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