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Repair Grub using Ubuntu LiveCD
August 16, 2009 — Admin
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I have similar problem with dual-booting Hp nc6320.
When I list the partitions with grub i get 4 partitions the setup command gives me “file not found” error 15.
I’m not sure on which partition the grub was/is on.
When booting the grub just hangs, doesn’t give any errors.
I sure have.
“setup (hd0)”, or “setup (hd0,#)”
commands just return different error messages. (error 15 for example)
Actually it seems that my XP broke the MBR totally, maybe I’ll try FIXMBR on XP first and then try Grub again?