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Re: chain loading USB harddrive if no native USB support possible? (Greg
Re: chain loading USB harddrive if no native USB support possible? (Gregg Levine)
Wed, 09 Apr 2008 15:30:37 +0200
Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20070727)
Michael Reichenbach escribió:
Treutwein Bernhard wrote:
Thanks, I know this works but only for linux. I was looking for an
generic way to hand over control to any bootloader inside MBR.
quickly browsing over the thead, it appears to me that
you want to boot a kernel which runs from the USB stick
on a system, where the BIOS cannot directly boot from
Get Super Grub Disk.
Super Grub Disk (With Help)
Boot & Tools
Boot Hard Disk (MBR)
If the USB hard disk does not appear there that means that BIOS does not
offer it to grub so you are not lucky.
You might need to run EASY LIVE SWAP option (Found in the first menu)
before chainloading to the usb disk... in the 3% of the situations.
Wait/Pay for someone to implement usb functionality in grub2.
Support free software. Donate to Super Grub Disk.
- Re: chain loading USB harddrive if no native USB support possible? (Gregg Levine),