Sorry if this kind of question has been posted before but I looked for it and didn't see anything.
My system is setup as:
2 HD, 1 completely NTFS with Vista and 1 partitioned for Linux.
I choose the drive to boot from at the bios prompt so the grub is loaded on drive 2 and not affecting XP at all.
I have Ubuntu 8.10 running in the first parts drive 2 and installed the new Mint x64 yesterday and told it to install the bootloader to the second hard drive.
When I did that I was no longer able to boot into Mint or Ubuntu until i repaired grub. Now I can see and boot Ubuntu, but not mint at all (which is installed into additional "/" and "/home" partitions of its own.
Can I get grub to recognize where Mint 64 is or should I reinstall and install the bootloader to another location?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.