Today I had to reboot my system and while booting I noticed the slowness of the booting process. In the end it complained it could not find the HD. It stopped with the following message
I then put my rescue DVD with Live Ubuntu in the CDRom drive, and found out I only had one HD, the one with only data on it. The one with my bootloader and OS'es was lost. Next I went to the shop, came back to try to rescue my system, and I had my normal Grbub bootloader again.
Error: no such device 848 [...etc...] 1f5c
Only within six months I had to replace the partition with my home directory as it was riddled with bad blocks. I cleaned out another partition, and copied all my files and directories to that new partition. Anyway, you would think the harddisk is suspect. Should I buy myself an new HD (and Windows OS, sigh) and copy everything to the new HD?