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Re: netinst cd

[ Moving this to debian-boot until we know if it's a grub-installer or
grub issue ]

Michael <syelsdne@cableone.net> writes:

> I downloaded and installed
> debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso
> <http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/daily-builds/daily/arch-latest/i386/iso-cd/debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso>
> 27-Dec-2007 05:25  175M  
> After installation and installing grub to mbr, I rebooted. The system
> wouldn't boot. It stopped with something like "Loading...please wait"
> I knew the whole system was installed, so I rebooted into a different distro to check the grub configuration.
> At least on my laptop (acer aspire 3000), grub used the generic ide
> format (pata?). The installed system used sata. Grub listed systems
> using hd0,x and hdax and after booting the system, the sda devices
> were used. After making changes to grub, the system boots fine now.

Could you provide your working menu.lst and inform us the exactly
values you needed to change?

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