- Try Hd0 0 Ntfs5 No Grldr Windows 7
- Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Grldr Windows 10
- Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Wubildr
- Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Grldr
I had the same problem using 10.04.
After running wubi-r187.exe I reboot and get 'Try (hd0,0): NTFS5: No wubildr'.
Sometimes it immediately reboots, but mostly it just hangs.
Try (hd0,0): NTFS5: No wubildr Try (hd0,1): NTFS5: 0 Try (hd0,2): invalid or null Try (hd0,3): invalid or null Try (fd0): invalid or null Error: Cannot find GRLDR in all devices. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart. I've searched the net and found a few unanswered topics with. Try (hd0,0): NTFS5: No wubildr Try (hd0,1): Extended: Try (hd0,2): invalid or null Try (hd0,3): invalid or null Try (hd0,4): FAT32: No WUBILDR Error: Cannot find GRLDR in all devices. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.
Re: Try hd(0,0): NTFS5: No wubildr Just to reiterate what bcbc has already said, there has been a lot of hard work put in to find solutions for issues with Wubi installs. Use the Permanent Fix from the main post and make sure to lock the grub packages in Synaptic.
Hardware is: Asus eeePC 901 with 2Gb RAM.
OS: Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.
Disk 0: ASUS-Phison SSD 3.76Gb
Disk 1: RunCore 128G-C SSD 120Gb
Disk 0 has one EFI boot partition and rest is free space
Disk 1 has two Partitions (system reserved 100Mb NTFS and 120Gb C: NTFS)
Disk 1 is setup to appear to be (hd0) in BIOS.
After much, much, much hacking around... I finally got it to work by assigning a drive letter to the system reserved partition (100Mb) partition and copying the wubi boot files there. On reboot I had to hit ESC and choose ACPI workarounds and then it installed perfectly. Unassign the drive letter for the system reserved partition is fine after Ubuntu has been installed...
I assume its supposed to move on to scanning additional hard disk partiitons looking for wubildr but something about the Windows System Reserved partition is causing it to crash...??? If you'd like any additional info, please email...
Try (hd0,0): NTFS5: No grldr
Try Hd0 0 Ntfs5 No Grldr Windows 7
Try (hd0,1): NTFS5: non-MS: skip
Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Grldr Windows 10
Try (hd0,2): NTFS5: No grldr
Try (hd0,3): NTFS5: 2
BIOS: Drive=0x0, H=0, S=0
Try (fd0): non-ms: skip
Cannot find grldr in all drives. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.
Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Wubildr
I saw this error for the first time today. I am using GRUB4DOS 0.4.6a 2015-05-08. This is my computer in question (when it worked) You can see grub version if you pause it at exactly 24 seconds.
The error occured after I ran a check disk on the NTFS partition from OSX, Immediately I thought somehow my partition had wiped the grldr file so booted into PE environment command line and I copied it back to the partition and for safe measure re ran grubinst.exe --no-backup-mbr --skip-mbr-test -t=0 -v (hd0). But I could see the partition there, the files were untouched and a reboot continued to have the problem.
The issue persists, even though the grub files are sitting there and the MBR is obviously still grub4dos, and I can't see why this is the case?
Try (hd0 0) Ntfs5 No Grldr
I could just toast the whole thing and start again, but I would like to resolve it incase of future issues.
Edited by ndog37, 23 June 2016 - 10:59 AM.