I have a dual boot system with first Windows Vista installed (ntfs partition) and then Ubuntu 12.04 (ext4 partition). I take full back up of it with clonezilla live, with full disk image.
disk layout (250GB) is following:
*-volume:0 description: Windows NTFS volume physical id: 1 bus info: scsi@2:0.0.0,1 logical name: /dev/sda1 size: 190GiB capabilities: primary bootable ntfs initialized *-volume:1 description: Extended partition physical id: 2 bus info: scsi@2:0.0.0,2 logical name: /dev/sda2 size: 41GiB capabilities: primary extended partitioned partitioned:extended *-logicalvolume:0 description: Linux filesystem partition physical id: 5 logical name: /dev/sda5 capacity: 38GiB *-logicalvolume:1 description: Linux swap / Solaris partition physical id: 6 logical name: /dev/sda6 capacity: 3060MiB capabilities: nofs
Options I used for creating disk image with Clonezilla live are -q1, -c, -j2, z1p and also is done with dd (only dd) since it is dual boot.
I try to restore this back up to a larger disk (750GB) and problem is that it is not booting (only grub command prompt is shown). When I use gparted live, ntfs partition has errors (cluster accounting failures). CZ options I have tried for restoring are:
- -g auto, -e1 auto, -e2, -c, -r, -j2 and Use the partition table from the image
- -e1 auto, -e2, -c, -r, -j2 and Use the partition table from the image
- -g auto, -e1 auto, -e2, -c, -r, -j2 and -k1 (create partition table proportionally)
Can anyone please guide to the right options to restore? Thanks in advance!
EDIT: with the last option used (3), I used boot-repair and I restored MBR on sda, with partition booted sda1 (vista), results are in here. However, Vista starts OK now but not ubuntu. If I go next to recover grub with boot repair, and again disk becomes not bootable (grub command prompt is shown).
EDIT2: I then try to start grub via:
- set root=(hd0,msdos5)
- linux /vmlinuz root=/dev/sda5 ro
and result is panic occurred, switching back to text console (frozen there).
How can I recover grub (12.04)?