Re: attempt to read or write outside of disk 'hd0'
On Sat, 6 May 2017 16:07:25 +0200
Pascal Hambourg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le 06/05/2017 à 10:35, Joe a écrit :
> > Pascal Hambourg <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> You can check the sizes of the disk and the partition as viewed by
> >> GRUB with the following commands :
> >> ls (hd0)
> >> ls (hd0,1)
> > The netbook is about seven years old, but the laptop is a
> > two-year-old HP running Windows 8. Its hard drive is 500GB of which
> > the Win partition is about 400GB.
> > The USB hard drive is physically 120GB, with the single Linux
> > partition being physically the first at just over 10GB.
> > I don't think it is a BIOS issue
> Indeed with such disk and partition sizes, it is unlikely that the
> issue is caused by a BIOS limitation, even on a 7-year old PC.
> However, the ls command I suggested may still be useful to check
> GRUB's idea of the sizes.
(hd0): Filesystem is unknown.
(hd0,1): Filesystem is ext2. (after several seconds' pause)
I'm only getting the grub rescue> prompt, not the grub> prompt. Most of
grub2 isn't there yet. I believe that 'insmod normal' would bring the
full grub2 environment, but that command is hitting the illegal access