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asked How can I clean up my bashrc/zshrc file?
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comment Trouble after deleting Linux partitions
It's actually not working because the Live CD "is not compatible with my system." I tried another Live CD and it didn't detect any problems. I'm screwed!
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answered Trouble after deleting Linux partitions
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asked Trouble after deleting Linux partitions
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asked Creating an extended partition
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answered What does it mean to “align” partitions?
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answered Help with Ubuntu and Windows, separate HDs
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
Bingo. Windows Startup Repair fixed all!
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accepted Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
I'm gonna try this. Thanks! Will accept as answer if it works! Always nice to hear an easy solution.
Dec
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
Any way to just get a pro to my house to diagnose this?
Dec
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
Windows was already installed on the first disk. I simple added a new 3rd drive. So now I have the original dual RAID drives and the 3rd unraided.
Dec
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comment Help with Ubuntu and Windows, separate HDs
@EnabrenTane: how can I flag my new 3rd drive as bootable and/or change where GRUB installs the bootloader?
Dec
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
eh? rearranging things? its on the first disk now, no?
Dec
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comment Ubuntu and Windows and Separate HDs, oh my?
When you say swap, you mean just switch the cables to different hard drives? wont things get funny if i use one of the cables currently connected to the dual raided drives for the ubuntu drive? Also, someone else suggested that they believe the issue to be in the boot sector of my raid 0. He said he believed I did not flag my new 3rd drive as bootable and GRUB installed the bootloader onto my RAID 0.