Thanks for taking the time.
I have a problem I've never had after an upgrade. One of my hard drive, a 1TB NTFS drive connected with the marvell SATA connector (88sx or smth like that ) to my Asus P5Q-E motherboard is not seen, and therefore unmountable in Ubuntu.
The problem isn't with the drive or other hardware, because windows 7 sees it fine (in dual boot). Plus it worked just fine before I upgraded. And so for nearly a year.
The problem isn't with NTFS libs, because Ubuntu sees the win7 NTFS partition just fine.
So I can only guess that the problem is with ubuntu. Because the 10.10 live CD doesn't see it iether. The 10.04 LiveCD ,however, does see it and mounts the drive, which means it really is 10.10's problem. What should I do?.... Downgrading excluded :-) ! See images for proof.
I've tried updating grub (someone suggested it might work...), installing all the ntfs libs, adding it to fstab (as it was before, in 10.04),...but all that failed. Grub update did Nothing, niether did the ntfs libraries. The fstab edit just caused the boot time to take hours, and come back with errors saying it couldn't mount the drive, but not really saying why.
Any idea for resolving my bug? Thanks.