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[bug #15048] after boot into Windows XP, grub menu is not displayed and
[bug #15048] after boot into Windows XP, grub menu is not displayed and computer reboot
Sun, 08 Oct 2006 21:48:36 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #9, bug #15048 (project grub):
I can confirm that it comes from the Microsoft dynamic disk partitioning
Because I've just changed the scheme from basic to dynamic on a working dual
boot WinXP/Ubuntu and it does not work anymore.
I've booted with a Gentoo LiveCD, chrooted into my Ubuntu Linux, reinstalled
grub [setup (hd0)], then I could use GRUB again.
But, since I've been once again in WinXP, GRUB is broken by XP again, and I
have to do it all over.
Does grub-ldm can really solve this problem as XP seems to be deleting the
Is there a "grub-ldm" binary version that I could directly download and use
for Ubuntu (or other x86 distrib) ?
Extra Note : my config is the following :
HD1 (IDE) Part 1 : C:> ntfs (Dynamic volume) WinXP
Part 2 : D:> ntfs
HD2 (SATA) Part 1 : E:> ntfs
Part 2 : Linux swap /dev/sda2
Part 3 : Linux Ubuntu root /dev/sda3
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