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deleted contents of /boot partion 9 years 3 weeks ago #23952

  • gainil
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Hello,

Due to some typing mistake in the /dev/fstab file my /boot partition was mounted in a different folder, Which I deleted accidently. I tried to boot the system with the boot DVD, I have lost all the contents of /boot partion. My pc no more boots in linux.


I have SATA 80 GB and have Centos release 4.4 (Final)



Can any one help??



Thanks in advance


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Re: deleted contents of /boot partion 9 years 3 weeks ago #23961

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Try booting up via your CD...
Then, mount up your / directory on your hard drive...
Open a shell, move into your new mounted location...
Then try reinstalling GRUB.. Try the following:
grub-install <device> (/dev/hda)

I do not know if this is the problem, but give it a shot...
Kubuntu 7.10 64-bit
3.0ghz AMD2 64-bit 6000+
2GB DDR2
160GB SATA
nVidia GeForce 7300
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