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  1. #1
    ragadab NNTP User

    Question GRUB Error. Can't find partition.

    Have a good day and night.
    I download dvd iso and install suse from it, everything goes fine, but grub. I get error "can't find partition". I try to use other partition for it, but with the same result.
    My hard drive have GUID table, not MBR (macbook pro) with 5 partitions, and grub don't see them. I use rEFIt to boot up.
    I try to use Suse Gnome Live CD - with the same result. Also i try to use "repair system", then install bootloader, but it also don't see my partitions.

    So, any advices welcome. Please.

  2. #2
    nipah NNTP User

    Default Re: GRUB Error. Can't find partition.

    Same here, not on a mac, but I have a jmicron controler ^^

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    Default Re: GRUB Error. Can't find partition.

    same here ... Fedora9 installs GRUB flawless on the /boot partition.
    The openSUSE 11.0 install fails on installing grub. Tried booting in rescue-mode, mounting the partition and doing a manual GRUB install, but a 'GRUB> root (hd0.2)' doesn't even find a valid location.

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    rkrothapalli NNTP User

    Default Re: GRUB Error. Can't find partition.

    Same here. Using P35 chipset, OpenSuSE install hangs at GRUB install. I don't have problem wih OpenSuSE 10.3.

  5. #5
    ragadab NNTP User

    Default Re: GRUB Error. Can't find partition.

    I found solution in wiki: Installation on MacBook Pro Intel (x86) - openSUSE

    Everything works fine.

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