- Download tdl_fix.sh and save it to the xPUD flash drive.
- Boot into xPUD then click the File tab.
- Press File
- Expand mnt
- Click on the folder under mnt that represents your USB drive (sdb1 ?)
- You should see the tdl_fix.sh file in the main window.
- Select Tool from the Menu
- Choose Open Terminal
- Type bash tdl_fix.sh then press Enter.
- Read the warning then type y and press Enter to continue.
- Type sda then press Enter when prompted.
- You will be shown a list of partitions to choose marking active.
- Type 3 then press Enter.
- If you are presented with a warning about no bootloader files, type n then press Enter to choose another.
- When you receive no warning about bootloader files but are presented with another view of the partition structure and asked if it looks correct, type y then press Enter.
- The script will complete and prompt you to reboot the computer.
- Close the Terminal window and restart back into Windows.
- Post the contents of the tdl_fix.txt file that was created on your flash drive and let me know how the computer is behaving.
**NOTE: - in the event there is a problem booting the computer normally after running the script, run the tdl_fix.sh script again using the following command.
bash tdl_fix.sh -restore
Make sure to leave a space to either side of tdl_fix.sh in the command.
This will prompt you to use the file tdl_mbr_sda.bin on drive sda.
Click OK, and then reboot the computer.
This is a backup of the original mbr and will restore it to it's current state.