Over the past few days, some readers have noticed an error 23 error while parsing Number Grub. This problem can occur for many reasons. Let’s discuss this below.
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- Entry: November 4, 2006
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Re: 23: Error Descriptor Parsing Error (Solved)
USB drives /dev/sda if you want to use Linux, etc. Maybe (and therefore very different from internal drives, which are usually called hda etc.), but grub numbers them all as hd0, hd1 t i. .
I think Grub will most likely see that the drives are booting from the BIOS in our order.
In my case, I have grub in the MBR of my external USB drive and I have configured the BIOS to boot from the first external drive becomes the drive containing the internal hard drive. This means the usb stick is hd0 and hence the internal hard drive is hd1, just as important as grub to boot then it will be usb stick hd1 and any internal hd0.
Even if you use USB at boot time, your mkinitcpio must have this special USB hook.
For this I must use ‘rootdelay=[number]’ (in my case 8 appears) every time. It keeps showing my usb device before i try to mount from it About the original partition – not sure if this is still useful or if my USB hard drive is particularly slow, but be aware if you get a kernel panic that the root device could not be found.
I just installed Gentoo and converted the user manual into a section where I needed to reboot the server. Now I get a great error when I choose to install XP windows or Gentoo.
Boot from “Windows XP Pro”
rootverify 23: (sd0,0)
Error Room error
Press any key to continue…
Boot from “Gentoo 2 linux.6.13”
Error error 23: as a number
Press any key to continue…
What am I to do here? will all my sd0s be hd0 instead? I should never use hda, it’s always sda:
/dev/sda1 was my Windows NTFS
/dev/sda2 is the best boot for Linux
/dev/sda3 is my favorite swap
/dev/sda4 is where I keep everything for my other Linux stuff.
If it is absolutely necessary for me to change to sd0 hd0 then how do I access the grub.conf file to do so. I have a live disk and I think that I will have to eatget access to it. I am a new Linux user and any help would be greatly appreciated. If I need to access this list from a Live CD, please provide me step by step instructions if possible.
======================== Launch info: o =================== ============ => Grub0.97 installs a folder in Dembr /dev/sda and looks at the same drive Section #1 for /boot/grub/stage2 as well as /boot/grub/menu.lst. => Grub0.97 will be installed during MBR /dev/sdb and created on boot disk #2 if Section At #1 name /boot/grub/stage2 /boot/grub/menu and .lst. => Grub0.97 is usually installed in MBR /dev/sdc and looks like #3 when loaded Section for #1 /boot/grub/stage2 and /boot/grub/menu.lst.sda1: ____________________________________________________________________________ File system: ext3 Boot sector label:- Boot Information: industry OS: 8 ubuntu.10 Boot files/directories: /boot/grub/menu.lst /etc/fstabsda2: ____________________________________________________________________________ File system: extended partition Boot sector type: - Information about the boat market:sda5: ____________________________________________________________________________ File system: swap Boot sector type: - Download datanarrow sector:Bathroom 1: ______________________________________________________________________________ File system: NTFS Boot sector type: Windows Vista Boot sector information: No errors were found in the first block of boot parameters. Operating system: Windows Vista Launch files/directories: /Windows/System32/winload.exesdc1: ____________________________________________________________________________ File system: NTFS Boot sector type: Windows Vista Boot Sector Information: No errors found in boot parameter block found. Windows operating system: Vista Boot /ubuntu/winboot/menu files/directories: .lst /bootmgr /Boot/BCD /Windows/System32/winload.exe /grldr /wubildr.mbr /ubuntu/winboot/wubildr.mbr========================= Information: ================== drive/partition = ==========traffic rules reader: ________________________________________________________________Disk /dev/sda: 80.0 GB, 80000000000 bytes255 heads, 63 sectors per track, 9726 cylinders, total sectors156250000 units = groups * 1512 equals 512 bytesDisk ID: 0x0006dad3System ID, partition start and end size/dev/sda1 3 . sixty three 149 790 059 789 149 997 83 Linux/dev/sda2 149.790.060 156.248.189 6.458.130 Extended from series 1/dev/sda5 149.790.123 156.248.189 6.458.067 82 Solaris Linux ExchangeReading room/bathroom: ________________________________________________________________Disk /dev/sdb: 250.0 250000000000 GB, bytes255 63 heads, sectors/caterpillar, 30394 tanks, total 488281250 sectorsUnits = sectors up to 1512 * = 512 bytesVolume ID: 0x95b5d416System ID, partition end size, start size/dev/sdb11. 2048 Click here to get a complimentary download that will help you optimize your PC.
Fehler 23 Fehler Beim Analysieren Der Zahl Grub
Blad 23 Blad Podczas Parsowania Numeru Grub
Oshibka 23 Oshibka Pri Razbore Nomera Grub
Errore 23 Errore Durante L Analisi Del Numero Grub
Erro 23 Erro Ao Analisar O Numero Grub
숫자 그럽을 구문 분석하는 동안 오류 23 오류가 발생했습니다
Error 23 Error Al Analizar El Numero De Grub
Fout 23 Fout Bij Het Parseren Van Nummer Grub
Erreur 23 Erreur Lors De L Analyse Du Numero Grub
Fel 23 Fel Vid Analys Av Nummergrub