Join our community today! Make sure to note your Windows version (XP, Vista, 7 or 8) before you download EasyRE. It is better to set the boot flag on removable media such as USB flash/HDD drives. There are three options for installing the boot loader: Floppy,Block or MBR. check over here
As I had only one partition on my hard drive I just created a boot directory under the main tree /. Adv Reply May 26th, 2007 #3 tinybit View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Gee! It does have an option to boot directly to the mbr too. Instructions on manually recreating the boot.ini file are also available, but require a moderate level of computer expertise. http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=85742
Johann Last edited by jcmahne; 11-03-2010 at 06:30 AM. It required the help of grub legacy as for the etx4. These platters resemble CDs to a certain extent but differ in that both sides are written to and read from and the way they are divided into sections is different to Up Japanese Grub4DosConfig HELP This document is for Grub4DosConfig version 1.8 Contents What is Grub4Dos?
In this case, only 'grldr' and 'menu.lst' will be installed. The error "NTFS5: 3" should be clarified. Not the answer you're looking for? No Grldr Windows 7 If so, is it not just a case of getting bootlace to roll back to the previous MBR?Or of using the Win install CD to repair the [email protected] you know a
It is usefull if your Puppy has auto-start desktop but your hardware fails to start X automatically. Cannot Find Grldr In All Drives Remix Os This guide can help you identify what version of Windows you have installed. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. If we tend to remove any of these files there may be an error when booting into windows which says may resemble this: Try (hd0,0) : NTFS5: No wubildr Try (hd0,1)
Or you can use the PBS boot co-operating with some bootloader manager. Cannot Find Grldr In All Drives Windows 7 You can rewrite the string in the boxes which will be showed in the menu at bootup. Chainload PBS (v1.6.3 and later) Grub4DosConfig gives menu entries to chain-load the Partition Boot Sectors, like '(sda2:PBS)'. Grubinst v1.1 includes very old technique and is apt to fail.
Even though it can boot up without the flag with your PC, it may fail with another PC. http://puppylinux.org/wikka/grub4dos Finishing up If you are successful in creating the grub.iso file the next thing to do is burn it to a CD, I use rewritable CDs in case something goes wrong What Is Grldr I didn't want my laptop to be doing this though. Cannot Find Grldr In All Devices ARE YOU KIDDING ?
In other case the boot record was over written by some other than Grub4Dos, you may want to recover Grub4Dos using old 'menu.lst'. check my blog Thanks Back to top #2 steve6375 steve6375 Platinum Member Developer 6237 posts Location:UK Interests:computers, programming (masm,vb6,C,vbs), photography,TV,films,guitars United Kingdom Posted 16 May 2009 - 08:38 PM I was using Gtub4dos If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. what is it have to do with usb boot anyway?use fbinst as suggested by tinybit ,it ll HOPEFULLY solve this [email protected] tinybitsir , bean has released v 1.2 at chinese site No Grldr Windows 10
This file is used to store things in, settings, data, etc, for the live CD so when you install Puppy in a Windows partition it creates a pup file also. The Grub files are: stage1 stage2 e2fs_stage1_5 (If you use a different filesystem you must select the appropiate stage1_5 file to suit. ) menu.lst These are available from the Puppy forum Then restart Grub4DosConfig. (Add for v1.6) v1.6 and later can manage this case. this content Follow these instructions on how to burn the bootable ISO image very carefully, as making a bootable CD can be tricky!
I can boot normally. Cannot Find Grldr Usb Boot To unpack it, open a terminal, click on rxvt on the desktop and type in, #tar zxvf /root/my-applications/grub_files.tar.gz this will place a folder called ‘Grub_files’ in my-applications. I ran fixmbr again and got my XP installation back again.
jcmahne View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by jcmahne 11-02-2010, 07:51 AM #7 jcmahne LQ Newbie Registered: Nov 2010 Posts: Adding bootup options(parameters)(both Frugal/Full install) Produced 'menu.lst' has normal boot options. I know there is a backup MBR somewhere because when the initial bootup failed the computer would then default to a backup MBR file. Easy2boot Cannot Find Grldr If i remove the GRLDR file from the root directory Grub4dos will not load correctly.
Install grub4dos from Windows(requires USB stick) Instructions for installation on windows Install frugal from Windows XP How to boot puppy from windows XP with grub4dos Configure menu.lst from Puppy OS Shinobar's Error: cannot find GRLDR in all drives Unable to get past the boot menu. I can boot up my computer normally if i select the right option. have a peek at these guys jcmahne View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by jcmahne 11-02-2010, 03:04 AM #5 Fred Caro Member Registered: May 2007 Posts:
Table of Contents Creating the image file Error messages Finishing up Some issues to look at Suggestions Creating the image file Install Puppy in Windows9x using the wizard and a live For example, if you use 'ntldr', add the entry which chain to 'grldr' in 'boot.ini'. What now? When Grub boots it looks for a boot directory with a grub directory inside it containing a configuration file, this is the file that you edit to allow your operating system/systems
If you are using a USB hub with multiple USB devices, ensure you have selected HP ProBook 6470b Tailored for business -... Change names of the folders if the error noted. grub> setup (hd0) This installs the boot loader into the Master Boot Record at the beginning of the hard drive. So to set the ‘root device’: grub> root (hd0,0) This sets /hda1 as hd0,0 Now run the setup command.
Boot Puppy from the floppy. Depending how the grub4dos MBR was written, it sometimes keeps a backup. Wubi attempts to install Ubuntu to a virtual hard disk stored as a local file on your Windows NTFS/FAT partition instead of assigning it an actual disk partition. In Puppy use TkZip archiver in Start/Utilities to open the grub_files.tar.gz file or go to the directory where you downloaded the file by opening rox on the desktop and then right
Cut the lines from the 'title'-line to the line before the next 'title'-line, and paste them to proper position. Can you see the file under another OS?It sounds like a corrupt formatted drive? it is wise to format the 1st partition with fat16(or fat32) and set the boot flag on it for the USB drives. Back to top #4 gfreed gfreed Newbie Members 10 posts United States Posted 16 May 2009 - 09:10 PM I did the following:http://www.hiren.inf...tcd-on-usb-diskOn the step where you sellect the hd
Each has its own partition on different drives.