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I keep getting "Error 17" when trying to boot, what does this mean?
How can i repair this problem?
Thats mean that the grub doest recognize the partition of your linux, because of the change in the partition.
first ( if u dont see any grub loader and automatically boot windows,if u dual boot) u must repair the master boot record for windows first, for xp, use fixmbr or fixboot using setup cd> repair. in vista u have to read the documentation on how to repair the mbr.its pretty confusing in vista
after u've succeded repair the windows mbr, u must repair the linux grub boot loader, read the documentation of it,theres many threads and forums about it.u can use either live cd
OR if u can see the grub loader, type 'e' at the linux boot, and change the partition, eg hd0 or hd3.try from 0 to 3 or any numbers if u have many partition.save the configuration, at the edit option, type 'b' at the linux boot.
if it occurs again,boot like above in grub loader, u have to edit at
sudo nano /boot/grub/menu.lst. change the partition for linux kernel. ie hd0 or hd1 or hd2 or hd3 etc
you must google it for more info, its hard to explain all here
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
Do you have any other OS's installed? Its with the Grub. mostly looking for another OS. let me know.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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