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Daniel Kirsten wrote:
>> You can fix this by booting in the rescue mode from the install CD,
>> (Can you do this with the netinstall CD?) letting it mount your
>> partitions. Cchroot to the mounted system, edit
>> /boot/grub/device.map, and re-install grub.
> 
> I tried this.  I replaced /dev/sdc by /dev/sda in devices.map
> on the USB-drive and made grub-install.  It did not work.
> 
> As a result, I can no longer boot from the built-in drive!!!
> 
> This is a terrible desaster for me.  The built-in drive contains 
> my working F10 installation.
> 
> I booted from a F10 Installation CD in rescue mode.
> The data is still present (under /mnt/sysimage).
> 
> Can anyone please explain how can I make the built-drive 
> bootable again?
> 
> Daniel
> 
Do the same thing again, and change back the map. It sounds like you
were working with the system on the hard drive, and not the one on
the USB drive. I should have been more specific about what install
to use.

Mikkel
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  Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!

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