|Subject:||Re: Can't boot when usb drive is attached|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Jan 2016 17:40:12 +0300|
Hello all,I have this grub.cfg:
The problem I'm having is that whenever there is an usb (non-bootable) drive attached to my system, grub detects it as hd0 and the hard drive in which I have the OS installed is named as hd1 and thus grub can't find the image to load ( the boot order is correct on the bios.). When there is no usb attached the hard drive is named as hd0 and everything is fine. Now, I know I could solve the issue by using "search" but I'm really confused here, because I thought that the current harddrive loaded by the bios should always be hd0, so I'm not sure what is happening... Is there a way to make grub to always set my HD to hd0, so that when the usb is added it is set to hd1?
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