Re: a double boot
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On Thursday 04 November 2004 04:50 pm, Kevin Mark wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 03, 2004 at 09:42:22AM +0100, Abd.belahcene wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I ve just installed WIN98, the grub boot is erase I want to put it
> > again, there is no option (for rescue) on the boot disk (
> > installation disk). I used RH 7.3 , it gives me the access to the
> > system, I use the command grub-install (hd0,1) ( win is in first
> > partition, and debian in second ), it seemed correct , but when I
> > reboot I get same problem ( no boot menu).
> > thanks for help
> Hi Adb,
> if you have a bootable debian disk like knoppix you can chroot to your
> harddrive and use grub-install.
Does that work ??
I remember once trying the same procedure but got errors where it complained
that /dev/hda cannot be written.. I did verify every permission and other
settings as per my skill level but all in vain.
Ritesh Raj Sarraf
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