LILO changes failed

Posted on 2005-04-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Newbie to Linux Mandrake 10
Had a previous set up working fine, removed a 2nd hard drive which was a Windows partitioned drive
Now when I try to change the Boot Loader in MandrakeLinux Control Center I get the follow error

Installaion of LILO failed. The following error occured
LILO failed: FATAL: open /dev/hdb1: No such file or director

Anyone have an idea on how to fix this?
Question by:RonOsborne
    LVL 51

    Accepted Solution

    check your /etc/lilo.conf for reference of /dev/hdb, it's probably your windows label
    you can simply remove that label, see man lilo.conf

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    Fixed it in one go

    It so easy when you know what to do

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