Though you completely failed, again
, to do what was suggested, we are one little step further.
QUOTE (KZW7179 @ Aug 4 2009, 06:32 PM)
Ntdetect hardware detection failed
This DOES NOT come from grub4dos, it's a problem with NTLDR/NTDETECT.COM.
Do you have a NTBOOTDD.SYS file?
You might want to notice that IF
you had done what you were told, i.e.:
QUOTE (jaclaz @ Aug 1 2009, 03:32 PM)
POST WHATEVER grub4dos displays, in the example: Possible files are BOOT.INI cpm.lst floppy.img NTDETECT.COM NTLDR ....
I would have ALREADY had the answer to the above question.
It is possible that the RAID card behaves just as a SCSI one.
Or is it possible that it only boots if it is drive 0.
map (hd0) (hd1)
map (hd1) (hd0)
Or it is possible that grub4dos somehow "confuses" the detection by NTDETECT.COM of the BIOS extension the card provides.