I just installed Ubuntu Mate dual boot with Windows 10. I only have 1 drive (an SSD) and here is my partition layout:
Primary Partition 1: NTFS (Bootable) [created by windows]
Primary Partition 2: NTFS [Windows 10]
Primary Partition 3: Ext4 [Contains GRUB bootloader]
Primary Partition 4: SWAP
I use Windows bootloader as default, and it then chainloads GRUB which is located on the Ext4 partition.
Everything seems to be working OK, but I noticed this screen [see attached pic] before GRUB loads and thought it was odd.
Does anyone know why this happens? Is this normal?
Not sure how to attach pic, so here is the text from the screen:
"!! number of heads for drive 80 restored from 255 to 222."
"!! sectors-per-track for drive 80 restored from 63 to 30."
"(hd0,2)" .....bla bla...
Edited by kzVlad, 06 February 2016 - 12:23 AM.