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Grub error fix

Discussion in 'Linux - General discussion' started by mjfouline, May 27, 2007.

  1. mjfouline

    mjfouline Guest

    i didn't see this in the forum. so i thought i would post a tut

    option 1: boot into recovery mode with windows disc and in the command prompt and type fdisk/mbr

    option 2:eek:r if you are haveing trouble gettin to your recovery option in the disc.

    load up the winodws install disc then delete the partion grub is on.
    and.......................

    there you go your just fixxed

    grub error 22

    mods if this is good plz sticky cause i think this is a problem
     
  2. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    this doesn't need a sticky, doesn't really even need posting about, it's just standard method of redoing the mbr.
     
  3. mjfouline

    mjfouline Guest

    ight just postin if anyone needed thx though
     
  4. PeaInAPod

    PeaInAPod Active member

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    @mjfouline

    This is a good thing to post, I would recommend going a bit more indepth than you have here. Such as explaining option 1 in a more detail.
     
  5. Skitzy

    Skitzy Regular member

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    if I had any trouble w/ grub... I would just run "Super Grub" it's an easy no-nonsense way of fixing grub.. (great for everyone who has recently installed or upgraded to vista only to find that it destroyed grub) *You soon learn that Vista was a bad move anyway.. but still
     

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