Comment 229 for bug 57502

Antonio De Marinis (demarant) wrote :

very strange.
I finally boot it up gutsy by changing the grub root to (hd0,3) to (hd0,0) and the first thing I did was of course to edit the /boot/grub/menu.lst so that the next I time I would boot it would work, so I choose restart and nope ... it said cannot not mount partition ... very strange, then I re-edit the boot root to (hd0,3) and pressed 'b' and booted fine again, but this time with another boot root. anyone has any explanations that could help?