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#18 fixed AirBoot often displays the message SaveError after the message Press Tab to return to AirBoot. elygre

I often get the message "AirBoot? is intact" following by "Configuration is not intact" while booting from ecs2.2 to win8 and vice versa. Then the message "Press Tab to return to AirBoot?". Pressing TAB is followed with the message "SaveError?". Then I have to reboot from installation CD to fix it. I now have installed WIN 8 and ecS 2.2 on the first disk (SSD) and nothing else, but I also had the problem when I run Vista and ecs2.1 and ecs2.2. The whole thing is annoying. I have to be very careful when rebooting and always be sure to close all programs before shutting down, then it seems to help (but not always).

#17 fixed Air-Boot failure message "Load Error!" when startup Ubuntu jwl

Good Afternoon,

On my PC I have installed on disk 1 Windows 7 and EcomStation? 2.2, I have a second disk for Archive, and now I installed a third disk 250GB, where I installed Ubuntu, this disk I have a Primary partition from 50 Gb (/) and a logical partition 186 (/home) end the rest for the swap file. I reinstalled with ecomstation air-boot but when I chose Linux i get the failure "Load Error! Iḿ still able to choose for W7 and Ecomstation. I can only start linux when I chose in the bios the disk with Linux to start up

I hope you can help, in the manual on page 28 I worked out the steps to replace Grub, also I repaired Grub then what was described on page 28 isn the solution for me. After that I had to reinstall Ubuntu.

Thanks already for suggestions

#15 fixed AirBoot destroys logical partitions under certain conditions. Ben Rietbroek thobor

AirBoot? unable to show up when a USB harddisk (500gb) with more than one logical partition is attached at power up. Furthermore, if the disk has more than one logical partition, these partitions are destroyed after such an attempt to boot.

I have three usb harddisks at 500gb, set up with one, two, and three logical partitions respectively. When I power up my new machinery with one of those harddisks containing more than one logical partition attached right from the outset, the booting process stops before AirBoot? shows up, displaying the message: "Too many partitions found, AIR-BOOT is supporting up to 45". However, my system contains only 14 partitions, so there is a long way to the 45. The booting process is halted at this point, and the machinery must be turned off and restarted without the usb-harddisk attached. When looking afterwards at the external usb-harddisk in DFSee, the partitions that are following the first logical partition on the disk, have vanished and have been turned into 'bad sectors'.

When the single partitioned HD is attached at boot-up, or when a harddisk that is partitioned into a primary and only one logical partition, is attached in the same way from the very first power-up, the booting process goes smoothly and the usb-disk is left unharmed. When any of the disks is attached during the booting process - at some point after the appearance of AirBoot? - there is no halting of the process, and no harm done to the partitions.

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