The file / boot / grub / stage1 not read cor solution appears


It’s reinstalledoperationsystem, grub was also overwritten. In order to restore startup, I took a live CD of Ubuntu and started it. After entering Linux, I entered the command line to restore grub.

First mount the original / partition

sudo mkdir /mnt/root
sudo mount /dev/sda7 /mnt/root
sudo mount -t proc none /mnt/root/proc
sudo mount -o bind /dev /mnt/root/dev

If you don’t know the device name of the / partition, you can use sudo fdisk – L to view it.

Use chroot to enter the original / partition

chroot /mnt/root /bin/bash
source /etc/profile

Restore grub

sudo grub-install –no-floppy /dev/sda

Failure, prompt “the file / boot / grub / stage1 not read correctly”

I searched the relevant articles on the Internet and found that it was caused by the change of partition, which was related to the files fstab and mtab.

Edit / etc / mtab and find that the partition device of / is wrong. After modification, run again

Grub install / dev / SDA succeeded.

After restart, enter grub and select Linux. It is found that the partition cannot be found. Edit the grub option with E and change the root to the correct partition device.

Then enter the B command to start. Modify the menu before restarting Lst, this problem will not occur.

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