StevePMo wrote: I used Easy BCD in Win 7 to set the boot parameter for Linux, choosing grub 2 in Easy BCD. Same Result on my third attempt to install. No boot, just the Kernel error message.
I have a dual boot system with Win 7 on drive c, and Win XP on drive d. I used Disk manager in Win 7 to create a 100 GB partition on drive d to install Linux. Is that my problem? Do I need to use C drive to install Linux?
sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt
sudo mount /dev/sda3/mnt
StevePMo wrote:I gave up, and deleted the partition, and reformatted. i am downloading again, and will burn to a new DVD, and see if maybe there was something wrong with the other file. i will report back soon. Is there any particular spot I should aim Grub to when i install? The root directory? Or should i create a small partition dedicated to grub? OR, just send it to whatever location the installer chooses?
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