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Old 24th July 2010, 05:18 PM
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Latest updates have stopped my dual boot working

I use NeoGrub with EasyBCD. Now, when I load Fedora, the load bar fills then flickers a lot, then nothing.

Did any recent updates affect Grub?

Also: do I need a DVD to use recovery featues (roll back updates)? I only have a LiveCD.

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Old 26th July 2010, 03:04 AM
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Re: Latest updates have stopped my dual boot working

If what you're seeing is the text-based Plymouth graphic, then GRUB has done its job and is no longer involved at that point. Something else is wrong. That Plymouth graphic is for hiding the old classic scrolling lines of init stuff. Try disabling it by editing the kernel command at the boot menu to remove rhgb from it. Maybe you can see what it's doing when it stops. Maybe not.
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