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awparsons23
26-Feb-2015, 20:02
I recently installed OpenSuse 13.2 on my desktop pc. Since doing updates I find that I can only access the OS by the recovery mode option in Grub. This takes a few minutes longer and when I go back to the normal startup option it still fails to boot (no mouse cursor or accessory options). Is there a way to troubleshoot and fix the cause. During the original installation it wrote Grub to the wrong hard drive. I got the Opensuse boot option on the drive of choice by installing an additional Linux distro (Debian 7.8.0) on the right drive. When I set my BIOS to boot to the other hard drive, Grub fails to boot now.

malcolmlewis
26-Feb-2015, 20:15
On Thu 26 Feb 2015 07:04:01 PM CST, awparsons23 wrote:


I recently installed OpenSuse 13.2 on my desktop pc. Since doing
updates I find that I can only access the OS by the recovery mode option
in Grub. This takes a few minutes longer and when I go back to the
normal startup option it still fails to boot (no mouse cursor or
accessory options). Is there a way to troubleshoot and fix the cause.
During the original installation it booted to the wrong hard drive. I
got the Opensuse boot option by installing an additional Linux distro
(Debian 7.8.0) on the right drive. When I set my BIOS to boot to the
other hard drive, Grub fails to boot now.




Hi
Wrong forum, this is for the enterprise version of SUSE, you need to be
at https://forums.opensuse.org same username/login try;
https://forums.opensuse.org/forumdisplay.php/668-Install-Boot-Login

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