130 reputation
16
bio website grantwindes.com
location USA
age 24
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Nov 8 '13 at 19:29

Nov
4
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
1
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
8
awarded  Supporter
Sep
8
accepted Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
Sep
8
comment Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
Opps I mixed up RAID 0 and 1 but, I am doing RAID 0 striping. Looks like I will use mdraid instead. Thanks!
Sep
8
comment Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
Yup I mixed it up I meant RAID 0. I'm just puzzled because the "fakeraid" worked with it before and had no problems. I think you meant RAID 1 is mirroring.
Sep
8
revised Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
edited title
Sep
8
awarded  Editor
Sep
8
revised Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
added 185 characters in body; edited title
Sep
8
asked Raid 0 Linux Installation fails to install grub
Sep
6
comment 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
The graphics card actually fried while I was repairing the server (forgot to plug in the power cables and that fried it).
Sep
6
comment 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
Even though I re installed linux after the PSU crash the nvidia driver would still be loaded? I'm thinking I might be looking at a bigger problem unfortunately. As live distros in 64bit mode fail to work as well as 64bit windows 7 also fails to install. I've tried resetting CMOS etc but to no success.
Sep
5
comment 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
@Mat nope I haven't tried that. I'll see if that is possibly the problem.
Sep
5
comment 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
@warl0ck I had the ATI drivers installed before enabling the PAE kernel.
Sep
5
comment 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
I assume kernel oops. It showed a blue screen with a popup message saying Xserver has failed to start.
Sep
5
asked 64bit Linux or 32bit Linux with PAE kernel causes x server to crash on boot
Feb
11
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
7
comment Bootable USB appearing as HDD not Removable Device
Ahh that would definitely explain it. I had used windows diskpart utility and made a partition and set it to active. Before doing that it appeared as removable device. Thanks again!
Jul
7
awarded  Scholar
Jul
7
accepted Bootable USB appearing as HDD not Removable Device