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Re: Grub and AMD64

From: Arnaud Fontaine
Subject: Re: Grub and AMD64
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 22:38:39 +0200
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>>>>> "Marco" == Marco Gerards <address@hidden> writes:

    Marco> Arnaud Fontaine <address@hidden> writes:
    Marco> Can you show us how you installed GRUB and on what kind of
    Marco> harddrive?  IIRC a lot of AMD64 boxes have SATA.


I'm using IDE HDD. I installed GRUB in MBR (hd0) using Ubuntu
installation method. However, this error seems to happened with Debian
too. Someone has ever reported this kind of problem on debian-amd64
mailing list [1].

This problem seems to come from the motherboard, a bit weird i
think. The solution was to create a small /boot partition at the
beginning at the HDD and installed GRUB on this one. Someone has a
better solution ?

    Marco> -- Marco


[1] http://lists.debian.org/debian-amd64/2004/10/msg00034.html

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