Grub - Error 21 returned
After installing Ubuntu on a clean disk, GRUB returns the following error on
Grub Loading stage 1.5.
Error 21 means :
21 : Selected disk does not exist
This error is returned if the device part of a device- or full file name
refers to a disk or BIOS device that is not present or not recognized by the
BIOS in the system.
My motherboard is a ABIT KR7A-RAID with a Highpoint hpt372 controller for RAID
(This motherboard has two normal IDE and two IDE for RAID).
This error is returned when my HDD in plugged on a "RAID" IDE. (By the way, I
don't use RAID, it's a single disk).
Ubuntu installation works if I plug my HDD on a normal IDE.
I encounter no problem when I install Fedora Core 2 with my HDD plugged on a
"RAID" IDE (and with GRUB) (so I don't think it's a BIOS problem).
|Changed in grub:|
|assignee:||kamion → nobody|
|Changed in grub (Ubuntu):|
|status:||Incomplete → New|
|status:||New → Incomplete|