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GRUB hangs

On Friday 05 August 2005 11:13 am, kirblam at wrote:

> I have an issue with Fedora v4. GRUB just comes up and hangs ("no
> diskette in drive 0") - won't accept any keystrokes - unless I have an
> unbootable CD in the CD drive.
> The BIOS is set to try the CD then HD, but I'm thinking that's still odd,
> isn't it? Is this a grub.conf thing?
First, we don't know your configuration. To answer this question, we'd need 
to know what your GRUB configuration looks like in /boot/grub/grub.conf (or 
menu.lst) file. 
Then upon booting, which one did you select.
Then, is this a recent install?
Explain exactly what you were doing. 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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