David <email@example.com> (2017-02-04): > Hi. I'm a noob but I think I had a similar problem. > Legacy BIOS on laptop with 2 identical SATA disks. > Windows 7 on /dev/sda1. Installed jessie 8.7.1 from USB on /dev/sdb2 (swap > on sdb1) > Grub wanted to install to /dev/sda MBR but I wanted to keep the windows > installation native and boot Debian from /dev/sdb using BIOS boot options. > So I specified /dev/sdb MBR as target for grub. > Completed without error but then not bootable from /dev/sdb. Once it said > "Missing operating system" but mostly there was just a blinking cursor > Fixed by booting from a Live CD, installing grub from there using steps in > this post > http://howtoubuntu.org/how-to-repair-restore-reinstall-grub-2-with-a-ubuntu-live-cd > Installed without errors and now working as desired. > I'm happy to provide any logs that would help but might need some guidance > to find the relevant info. It would be nice if you could hit reply-all and include the syslog file, which you'll find under /var/log/installer in the installed system. KiBi.
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