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Old 17th November 2004, 08:55 PM
chaneque2004 Offline
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FC3 install good; but hung in grub.

I have a HP pavilion ze5300 pentium IV 512MB ram, install FC3
without problem; but when reboot the system to take
linux, grub is hung, single says loading grub, wait...

i have windows xp and FC3. if I start in way it rescues from the installation CD and I install
grub manually does not pass anything... I am installing grub in sector
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Old 18th November 2004, 03:37 PM
Kintac Offline
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I have exactly the same problem. The install went fine, but when it says that it installs grub it doesn´t go on.
(Grub should be installed on MBR /dev/hda )

I had this problem with Core3 test2 / test3 already. The images are fine ane were burned on different DVD burners.

Well, how can I install grub with the rescue mode ?

thanks in advance

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