Over the past week, some readers have had a known bug with Ubuntu 13.04 bug without such a device rescue. This problem is caused by a number of factors. Let’s discuss some of them below.
Use Ubuntu 16 on an Intel PC, WD 500GB hard drive on SATA0, Grub bootloader, boot correctly, no other operating system.
Added another 500GB WD SATA2 hard drive. It was formatted in Windows 7 and contained many data files. When I booted up, I saw “No such device error [large hex]”, then I was prompted to fix grub>.
I looked for a solution here and elsewhere and read a lot about how to create mount points and fix grub etc., but they all seemed to be about adding a new hard drive, not about with data that I am not a newbie wanted to format.
Do you have any idea how to add a data hard drive to your existing system?
What Is An Error? No Ubuntu 13.04 Grub Rescue Partition Error?
The error “No such Grub Rescue Ubuntu 13.04 partition” is the hex format of the error caused. This is a common error code format used by Windows and other manufacturers of Windows-compatible software and drivers.
This code is used by the manufacturer to determine the cause of the error and. This error No such section. The Ubuntu 13.04 Grub Rescue error code has a numerical error number and a datasheet. In some cases, the error may contain more parameters in the Ubuntu 13.04 format “Error without Grub Rescue partition”. This additional hexadecimal code is the address of the memory locations where the instructions were loaded at the time of the error.
How To Fix: Error: No Rescue Grub Partition
We’ll be using chroot to rescue the maggots. The whole concept is that Grub configuration files that have been deleted or corrupted need to be reinstalled. And from a Live CD with the exact version of the operating system, we can reinstall the Grub configuration. It will remove all changes (if any) you made to grub.
Follow these steps to easily fix Grub Rescue issue on Ubuntu (or other Linux distributions):