Nope, doesn't work. It also says at the top that it is if you are dual booting with a SATA and an IDE, but both of the drives that I'm using are IDE. I tried using the UUID for grub, but now I get an os unable to start error instead. I just had a thought, does it have anything to do with the fact that the hard drive I put Linux on has its jumpers set to slave? Oh, and I do also have a SATA drive, but it is NTFS, and has a few games on it.
Edit: So I got Linux Mint to go back to the grub menu again, instead of the "Error Loadings OS" screen again by doing... well, I'm not really sure what I did. I did something like
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in the grub menu accessed form terminal, but that is as far as I've gotten. From what I can tell Error 17 is caused by grub not recognizing the filesystem, but it is ext3. Should I try making it ext2 with a reinstall? What's the difference between the two?