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I have a computer asus computer an when i turn it on it tells me grub loading but then says error 18 i need to know how 2 fix this so i can use my labtop please help i cant even get any where with it just turn it on thats it.

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Hello good day, error 18 means keyboard error. You have to check your keyboard connection.

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Normally you get this error when GRUB is not able recognise the partition from which you are trying to boot the system. Make sure the boot partition on your system is recognisable by GRUB (such as EXT3).

You can try to restore the GRUB using the LIVE CD
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  3. type >sudo grub
  4. then type : find /boot/grub/stage1
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  6. then type : >root (hd0, 1)
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Remove the Live CD and reboot the system.


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