Victor Chew wrote:
Could you elaborate on how Grub Super Disk is better? I don't get the full picture yet.
With Grub Super Disk you do not need to remember grub commands any more. You do not need to type any command in there.
With easy menues you can:
*Restore Grub at your hard disk MBR AUTOmatically
*Boot your hard disk grub menu.lst
(These are good options when reinstalling Windows and
Windows deleting the MBR)
*Boot any partition (Useful for various versions of windows)
*Boot any partition previous swap of bios drives (Useful for installation of multiple windows or dos)
Currently only 5 % of Grub Super Disk is translated into English (The restore and boot the menu.lst options).
And the best thing of Grub Super Disk is that before any screen it explains what you can do with it and what it does mean. If you're going to activate a partition you will get a definition of what activate means.
These are some reasons why Grub Super Disk is better.
I am working on support for changing colors, and keyboard keys.
And Grub Super Disk is multilingual.
As the other post I recommend you to take a look at some screenshots:
Images of Grub Super Disk
One more thing I've set up a forum for boot problems and Grub Super Disk
and here is the last version of Grub Super Disk
(only avaliable in Floppy so far).
In two or three days I'll build the cdrom version.