|NOTE: This section assumes that you did not change anything relative to the logical order of the hard drives since you installed Fedora. It also assumes that you have only IDE drives in your system and no sata drive that is your actual boot drive. If you have sata drives on your system, or a combination of sata and IDE drives, read the section "Notes on sata drives" below.|
|Remember, the logical order of you drives depends on how
they are set in the bios and jumpered when you installed them. Grub
sees them with the following naming convention;
hd0 = the primary master drive
hd1 = is the primary slave drive
hd2 = is the secondary master drive
hd3 = is the secondary slave drive The actual partitions are the second numerical code.
hd0,0 - the first hard drive on the system, first partition.