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Old 10-11-2010, 05:28 PM
Default GRUB2 doesnʼt is installed on SATA HD

On Sun, 10 Oct 2010 14:28:36 -0300, Marcelo Laia wrote:

> I do do a fresh instalation (Debian testing last week).
> When I choose to install grub-pc on SATA HD and click "Continue",
> installer tell me that I *don't" had choose any drive to install
> grub-pc! I try to install it on the first partition of SATA HD and got
> the same result. I choose install without grub-pc. The system is
> installed ok.
> However, when I reboot, bios tell me that there isn't a BOOT drive. No
> boot here.


> What I could do to solve this issue?

I've always had problems for getting GRUB installed in all my Debian
installations (do not ask why, is just a fact :-P).

What I had to do? Use SGD and install GRUB from there.



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