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Did you also try those other two locations? hd0,0 is sda1 and hd1,1 is sdb2. Those are the only three places it could be located.
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Did you also try those other two locations? hd0,0 is sda1 and hd1,1 is sdb2. Those are the only three places it could be located.
Wait, I don't understand.

Windows is on sdc1. However, in the menu.lst file Debian's root is (hd2,0).

Wouldn't that mean Window's root would be (hd3,0)? Regardless, none of those combinations work.
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Wait, I don't understand.

Windows is on sdc1. However, in the menu.lst file Debian's root is (hd2,0).

Wouldn't that mean Window's root would be (hd3,0)? Regardless, none of those combinations work.
I'm confused now too. Based on your fdisk, your three NTFS partitions are sda1 (hd0,0) sdb2 (hd1,1) and sdc1 (hd2,0), which is strange that it's saying Debian is on hd2,0, when it should say hd1,0. Anyone else care to chime in on what I'm doing wrong here? Since it obviously boots, I'm overlooking something.

Can you check your fdisk again and see if the labels are still the same?
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I'm confused now too. Based on your fdisk, your three NTFS partitions are sda1 (hd0,0) sdb2 (hd1,1) and sdc1 (hd2,0), which is strange that it's saying Debian is on hd2,0, when it should say hd1,0. Anyone else care to chime in on what I'm doing wrong here? Since it obviously boots, I'm overlooking something.

Can you check your fdisk again and see if the labels are still the same?
That's the linux order, the order in which it probes the drives. You need to use the bios order, SATA0 SATA2 SATA3 SATA4 for grub! OR if your bios is ordering them differently such as:

SATA1 - sda (windows)
SATA2 - sdb (linux)
SATA0 - sdc (windows)

That could be because of how the bios is reporting the boot order to Grub. There are many complications to this, but essentially you should be able to figure it out real easy. It's a 2 number combination, real short and simple. lol
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