Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 362311
grub does not recognize secondary hdd
Last modified: 2008-06-16 22:46:56 EDT
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Description of problem:
When I try to load the OS in partition 1 on the secondary IDE hdd (hd1,0), i get the message
Error 21 selected disk does not exist
This is related to another bug ticket - 344231 - where Fedora does not recognize the secondary hdd in my system. The solution there was to add an option and recreate the initrd file. Is there something similar for grub?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Have ITE IT8212F PCI IDE controller installed
2.Have two IDE drives connected to the controller
3.Have an OS installed on the secondary hdd
4.Try to reference the OS on the slave drive
Error 21 Selected disk does not exist
OS should have booted
Please read the bug report for 344231. This describes the problem with Fedora. Is there a similar procedure for grub?
The only way to boot the other os is to change the addressing on the drives -
Master to slave
Slave to master
The other OS (WIN ME) works fine when booted.
Due to the lack of response, am I on my own to fix this? If so, where can I find
out what program would need to be modified to fix my problem? I think that with
a little guidance as to the proper procedure, I can fix my problem. Thank you.
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