Running 12.10 and it had 2 hard drives, grub menu would come up okay. I have just added a third hard drive with windows 95b on it.
How do I modify the grub menu to have the option of booting ot that 3rd HDD ?
on 11/01/2012 – Made popular on 11/01/2012
I got ubuntu 10.04 lucid lynx along with windows (dual boot) and using Grub.
On my computer, I have my C:/ (programs) and D:/ (data).
I've never used my D:/ before that day that I've lost my windows partition on my grub menu.
I usually use my D:/ with windows. The first time I used my D:/ to store data with linux, I lost my windows option in my grub menu.
I formerly had windows 7 without ubuntu. now i upgraded it to windows 8..then i installed ubuntu 12.10 with live disk. after installing it runs ok... i see a dual boot option in grub menu... now sometimes i log in to windows 8 for some tasks.
OK, so after trying to update to R2, after a reboot I got the black/blank screen, fix that then I tried to update the grub menu, I can't remember what I exactly did, because for some reason when booting to the grub menu, the first 2 options were gone, and only left me with the memtest+ and the other option..
I did a work around to get bt to boot up by editing the memtest option by hitting the '
When I boot nothing happens. It takes me back to boot menu and no grub is loaded.What boot menu? The boot menu where it says "GRUB 2.00"? That's GRUB. You probably just forgot to generate a grub.cfg, or you should have used "grub-install [...] /dev/sdb" instead of /dev/sda (if Arch is on the second drive).Note: Change /dev/sda to reflect the drive you installed Arch on.
I am fairly new to Linux/Ubuntu and am in need of some help. I have dual booted Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.10 on 2 separate hard drives. After several attempts, I was only able to get it working by changing the BIOS hd boot option. I then found some threads on repairing the boot process by using Boot-Repair.
Grub -- the GRand Unified Bootloader -- is the program in charge of booting your computer. When you start up your computer and get a menu asking you whether you want Windows or Linux -- that's grub.Reading the grub' project's website, it's hard not to conclude that grub' exists mainly because eve ...