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Thread: NTFS5: no wubildr on Latitude d810 ( unskilled user)

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    Angry NTFS5: no wubildr on Latitude d810

    Hi!

    I know this error has been reported, but it wasent usefull for me, since i dont have any idea how to move the wubildr to the main partition.

    Also, is seam to try to find the wubi in hd0,1 had0,2 and hd0,3.

    please, can anyone help me doing it?.

    fstest.exe info c:

    version: 1.0 build 3
    part_base: 0x3F (0M)
    part_leng: 0x4A852C1 (38154M)

    blocksize: 512
    spc: 8
    mft_size: 2
    idx_size: 8
    mft_start: 0x600000


    fstest.exe list c:
    00000D77 1610612736 pagefile.sys
    $BITMAP should be non-resident when in attribute list
    ntfs_dir: 18


    fstest.exe inode C:\wubildr
    fetest.exe comp C:\wubildr


    both gave me this.
    $BITMAP should be non-resident when in attribute list
    ntfs_dir: 18



    any idea?
    Last edited by Ravnos; August 1st, 2008 at 10:30 PM.

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    Re: NTFS5: no wubildr on Latitude d810 ( unskilled user)

    Do you have encryption (Bitlocker) turned on? If yes, then wubi will not work. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=875570

    If you are not using encryption, and wubi still does not work, then you could also uninstall, and reinstall with another target drive.

    You can also try defragmenting your hard drive, or using a newer build of grub4dos.
    Download: http://nufans.net/grub4dos/grub4dos-...2008-07-28.zip
    Tutorial: http://grub4dos.sourceforge.net/wiki...b4dos_tutorial
    Last edited by minhmeoke; August 3rd, 2008 at 12:51 AM.
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    Re: NTFS5: no wubildr on Latitude d810 ( unskilled user)

    I'm sorry, this is one of those corner cases that grldr.mbr can't handle. It would be possible to fix the grub driver, but fix grldr.mbr is not very likely, because it's written in assembly and have serious size limitation.

    If you are using vista, you can try grub2 (although I need to fix the driver first), but if you're using xp, there is no way around it. You need to defrag the partition, or install to another one.

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