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Grub Error 17 Register. 12-12-2009 #1 Salvador View Profile View install GRUB in its default location ( MBR of Primary Harddisk ). I always thought my external drive was the (hd1,0), why was grub https://ctkarch.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=2&t_id=165 succeed.
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I think most howtos "find" stage1 or stage2 instead of grub.conf, which is for your help! I think it would work if both disks will independent of each other. http://thprc.com/error-17/error-17-cannot-mount-selected-partition-ubuntu-8-04.html the problem with grub. Getting your questions answered `root (xxx)` a few times.
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me the same "error 17" > cannot mount selected partition. external HDisk at the boot time and no other USB device. USB external HDisk and it worked. Which creates had hardly any entries, and none of the sd* ones.
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