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Thread: Problem with installing to HD

  1. #1
    Just burned his ISO
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    Jun 2009

    Default Problem with installing to HD


    I've been trying to install bt4 to my HD. It's a dual-boot ubuntu jaunty/bt4 box. I followed the directions in the forums to install it, and used the sourceforge bt4install program.

    It seems like when it uses lilo, things work fine. But when I use the default grub (for ubuntu), it boots half way and dies. I get the following error message...

    "Fatal error occured - BT4 data not found.
    You are maybe using an unsupported boot device (eg. SCCSI or old PCMCIA).
    Workaround: Copy the directory BT4 from your boot device to an ide/sata disk....".

    The command above says "looking for 'bt4' data directory (searching for livecd file).

    I know my hardware works with bt because I'm able to boot up off the livecd just fine. Also, if I keep the bt cdrom in the drive and boot off the HD, when it gets to this point, the CDROM spins up and it starts using the cd.

    If anybody has any ideas, I'd appreciate some help!


  2. #2
    Just burned his ISO
    Join Date
    Jun 2008


    Can you post the contents of your menu.lst from grub? Minus all the #'d lines. I've got Windows 7 RC and BT4 pre final working great with grub...minus a minor modules.dep issue I'm working through.

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