Try (hd0,0): NTFS5: No grldr
Try (hd0,1): NTFS5: non-MS: skip
Try (hd0,2): NTFS5: No grldr
Try (hd0,3): NTFS5: 2
BIOS: Drive=0x0, H=0, S=0
Try (fd0): non-ms: skip
Cannot find grldr in all drives. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.
I saw this error for the first time today. I am using GRUB4DOS 0.4.6a 2015-05-08. This is my computer in question (when it worked) You can see grub version if you pause it at exactly 24 seconds.
The error occured after I ran a check disk on the NTFS partition from OSX, Immediately I thought somehow my partition had wiped the grldr file so booted into PE environment command line and I copied it back to the partition and for safe measure re ran grubinst.exe --no-backup-mbr --skip-mbr-test -t=0 -v (hd0). But I could see the partition there, the files were untouched and a reboot continued to have the problem.
The issue persists, even though the grub files are sitting there and the MBR is obviously still grub4dos, and I can't see why this is the case?
I could just toast the whole thing and start again, but I would like to resolve it incase of future issues.
Edited by ndog37, 23 June 2016 - 10:59 AM.