Greedy Grub Cheats Hack


Greedy Grub Cheats

Greedy Grub Cheats

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53 comments to Greedy Grub Cheats Hack

  • Sonny  says:

    Will thatching help too before putting Grub-X down?

    Should In treat entire lawn or just the brown spots?
    Oh yes. THey are grubs alright. You can peel the dead grass back like a rug, and you see them right away. They are white with red / brown heads

  • lcollier93sbcglobalnet  says:

    My HP computer has Grub installed, and I was wondering what is the application needed to repair it.
    Also, I understand that I will have to re-configure Grub if I install additional operating systems in other partitions.

  • Rkmc  says:

    When is the most effective time to put down grub killer?
    Any alternative options that are more natural?

  • sick_mick_101  says:

    Because I am having a serious trouble with grub 2 on my dell Studio 1558.
    I am using Mint 7.

  • lcollier93sbcglobalnet  says:

    Both of my dogs will search out grub worms in the grass. The golden retriever will just suck on them while the Keeshound will end up swallowing them.

  • Superman  says:

    Living in Iowa; when do you treat lawns for grub root worm?

  • kevindiking67verizonnet  says:

    they are pale flesh colored with black heads and if you smash them…brown stuff comes out.
    I heard that dry laundry detergent will kill them…..true?
    i have heard of Milk Spore, but i’d rather make something here (naturalish) that’ll kill the grub, not the plant.

  • kiltakblog  says:

    Grubs have killed large areas of my lawn and I need to eliminate them and reseed. How is this accomplished at this time of year and what do I need in the form of Grub Killers and fertilizer. The rest of my lawn is very nice and healthy. I live in the Windsor, Ontario area.

  • Jose B  says:

    I want to dual boot Ubuntu and OSx86 on a hackintosh, but I’m not sure how to set up a bootloader. It seems there is a darwin way (using OSx86) and a separate GRUB way (using Ubuntu)…

  • Joe M  says:

    I have a big backyard that is close to a wooded lot, very open with lots of grass. at night the racoons (I think) are tearing up my yard looking for grubs. It looks like my yard has been thatched. I bought some grub killer and spread it around yard by not until Sept so it might be too late to kill them. In the mean time my yard is a war zone.

  • nasty1  says:

    I have a grub problem (which means they’re eating my lawn). I was going to put down some grub killer to get rid of them. I was also planning on planting grass seed since late Sept / early Oct is a good time to plant but I’m not sure if the bug killer will kill the grass seed.

  • Disrae  says:

    I installed windows in my computer. Then i install ubuntu. If booting, appear grub list. But ubuntu in the top. How to edit for windows in the top? Thanks!

  • Kobe  says:

    my marigolds are dying and I have a few grub worms.

  • alberto s  says:

    Last year I started noticing that animals had been digging small holes in our yard. With a little research, my guess is that we have grubs. I haven’t noticed any damage from the actual grubs themselves yet (brown patches, etc.) so I think the damage is fairly new. We bought the Scott’s Grub-X to apply to our yard, but we can’t apply that for another 2+ months. Does anyone know what I can do in the meantime to keep away skunks and raccoons?

  • Sergio  says:

    I’m doing a science project, where we are given grub worms to care for and observe everyday. So, I am wondering, how long is it till the eggs hatch to the point they turn into a pupae?
    It is the June Beetle larvae.

  • Ed D  says:

    Milky Spore attacks the larvae of the lawn grub or Japanese Beetle. It is organic and safe for the lawn, plants, humans and animals. Once the larvae digests the milky spore, it dies, decomposes and the milky spore multiplies in the lawn for future infestation. I have looked on line for a place to purchase but with no luck.

  • Moore, Ron  says:

    I am installing simply mepis on a computer at school, but I can’t get it to boot. So I did some research and found out about a grub boot floppy. I tried to make one but I can only find directions for how to create on in Linux and I only have access to windows computers. I am also a newbie
    I want it to boot from the hard drive
    I have already installed mepis. I get “loading grub stage 2″ The longest I waited for it to boot was two long hours

  • nyyankees1123  says:

    I need to make Windows 7 bootloader GRUB by default but not install linux how would I do this. Would I want to Boot from Super Grub disc and would that do anything….
    HELP

  • Mackenzie P  says:

    The grub loader for Ubundu give a list of operating systems for manual selection of OS whereas in other versions there is an option for automatic default selection if no manual selection is made. How to do it in Ubundu

  • addmeonxbox360myuserisfallior  says:

    I found this caterpiller looking thing in my backyard but i dont know what it is? im trying to figure out if its a grub caterpiller and a regular caterpiller by the way it looks.

  • Le Pwner  says:

    a while back we tried to plant grass in our yard but it would not stay. after a while we stopped. a few years later we tried to make a garden and found a bunch of grub worms in the dirt. so we got to thinking we had a grub worm problem and want to take care of it pronto. what can i do?

  • therundown2k3  says:

    I recently asked the question how to set up a tacklebox for pan fishing. Now I want to know what the best jig/grub combo that works well for pan fishing.

    From what I’ve read beatle spins work very well for pan fishing. Specifically, 1/32 oz or 1/16oz white with red spot or gree with black stripes

    I also read that getting some 1/32 oz jig heads and putting 1 inch twister tails on them works. They said the basic colors are black, yellow, and white.

    What are other good combinations for jigs and grubs. What colors and sizes work best. If you have any articles about this topic please post the link.

    Thanks,
    Glen

  • Mark M  says:

    I use Xubuntu at school and I installed Ubuntu at home. I am wondering if it will be simple to uninstall Ubuntu and replace it with Xubuntu. I know uninstalling Ubuntu removes grub which over writes the boot manager in charge of booting windows. But If i just install Xubuntu will that work out without issues?

  • Coffee t  says:

    I installed ubuntu one day because i wanted to check it out and i ended not liking it but i don’t know how to remove it and i also don’t know what partition i put it in =(. How can i remove ubuntu or vista and ubuntu if its easier and how do i remove the grub loader.

  • Malcolm Hudson  says:

    we applied grub insecticide on our lawn and flower bed. HOw do we know tthat it worked?

  • friendly 4  says:

    I live in Vietnam and was wondering if I go fishing in vietnam with a plastic Grub lure, what fish type can I catch.

  • PoohBearPenguin  says:

    I use ubuntu 12.04 lts and win 8 pr. And how to remove the windows boot manager and just use grub 2.
    It is useing the windows boot manager over grub 2. But i want it to be useing grub 2 over windows boot manager.
    Please Help me.

  • _marky_mark_  says:

    I just installed Ubuntu 10.04 LTS onto a second hard drive in my system. I don’t necessarily mind that the GRUB loader opens, but I don’t want it to have Linux be the default operating system. Is there a way that I can set GRUB 2 to open Windows after just a few seconds by default?

  • musicistabest  says:

    Have used critter ridder, grub killer for the lawn and other expensive options that haven’t worked. I don’t want to call an exterminator. My brother told me that moth balls would work? I also have three female cats that are outside a lot.

  • Vultre9  says:

    I want to reinstall it because I am getting issues with Linux Mint 12 and believe it to be the fault of a bad download. I also want to uninstall GRUB so I can just do a completly clean reinstall since GRUB decided to mess up once I deleted Windows 8 Consumer preview.

  • soccermaster1  says:

    I have Kubuntu installed, and I have GRUB as my boot loader. How would I go about booting Slax from my SD card from my internal SD card slot on my laptop? If you know how to do this, can you put it in a n00b friendly order? Any help appreciated. Thanks.

  • Oilers  says:

    I have a mole problem in my backyard that I need to take care of, and I also need to fill in bare spots and get rid of weeds. I have a bag of Grub Ex, weed & feed and grass seed. What order should I put these down in? Also, how long should I wait between applications?

  • Seth  says:

    I have 500 GB sata hdd, having sda9 to sda14 for linux partitions because sda 1 to sda 8 i have used for XP & Win server2003. But while using rescue mode I am trying to repair grub unrecognised command is showing. So, plz help me to know the probable steps tp repair grub & also backup & restore procedures.

  • Ray D  says:

    Last year I noticed my veg. garden spot has gross little worms and before I plant this year I did my research and they are grub worms. I believe they are japanese grub worms. I read about some chemicals you can use to get rid of them, but does anyone know of a more natural cure (other than digging them all up)? I would like to keep my garden as chemical free as possible!

  • stingerms  says:

    My dad fertilizes the grass every once in a while, and sometimes adds this grub-killer. I usually let my hens out during the day in the yard when I watch them. I don’t want them to get poisoned from the fertilizer/grub killer.

    If they can get poisoned (I’m guessing that’s a yes.) how long should I wait to let them back out? I have been keeping them in their run and coop for about four days every time, but I’d like to know if I’m waiting too long or not long enough. I love to see them run free! (:

    Thank you!

  • Kristian  says:

    I am living in Japan so I grow my own herbs in a garden since the market doesn’t always have the best selection of fresh herbs. I don’t want to use poisons or chemicals if possible. Is there an organic way to get of grub worms?

  • stealspartansbcglobalnet  says:

    I have installed Ubuntu on a external hard drive but I want to delete it but i don’t have a windows 7 disk to do so, therefore I want to hide the grub menu at the start and automatically boot Windows 7 even if the hard drive isn’t plugged in or disk is in because if it isn’t connected at the moment i get an error and I can’t boot windows :( please help.

  • Alex  says:

    Hey so I found a grub and it is winter so I don’t want it to die because I like bugs and I was Wondering how to ,are a little house for it . And um I also wanted to know hat they eat and drink.
    AKA. Don’t call me weird because I love nature and a lot of people. If your like me you can share in the comments. And remember no one can change who you are.

  • baldy eire  says:

    I have just installed the newest version of Ubuntu and I am under the impression that in order to boot Ubuntu I need to use Grub, but I’m not quite sure how to get it to work, so any help would make me happy. Please leave a detailed response if possible.

  • henryshensbcglobalnet  says:

    And how can you tell if your lawn has a grub problem?

    Thanks for your answers!
    Also can anyone tell me how grub problems usually begin?

    what causes this usually in other words?
    Do grubs feed simply off of the roots of the grass?

    and how many different types of grubs are there?

  • Matt  says:

    I recently installed linux onto my external hard drive. I did something wrong with the installation and i accidentally put the Grub loader onto my pc that has windows vista on it instead of installing it on the external hard drive like i wanted to do. i deleted the grub loader using a command i found online from my computer. But now the question is, how do i restore it so it loads off of my external hard drive?

  • Erfan  says:

    I have Windows XP Pro and Linux 10.04, with the install of Linux Grub 2 was installed as well over riding windows mbr. I want to use the windows boot loader and i’ve heard to use recovery console and fdisk /mbr. i want to know if this will make my linux os unusable or not?

  • Mark M  says:

    I’ve got windows 7, vista and ubuntu installed on my computer and right now it loads up GRUB at startup,I’v been having problems with grub and want to remove it and my linux because I don’t use it anymore. How can I first set it to boot the Windows boot loader?

  • _marky_mark_  says:

    the infestation seems to be localised and birds have made holes searching for the grub.Other animals have created bigger holes.The grub has been identified as Chafer and is making a real mess of the lawn.Chemicals have been suggested but I wondered is there a basic natural product that could be used or am I just being naive and over optimistic. Please advise if you can and thank you.

  • Armas  says:

    Question pretty much says it. How would I configure GRUB to make it be able to boot Linux from within an ISO file?

  • Stevalicious  says:

    I have Vista on one hard drive and installed Fedora Linux on another, seperate drive. I wanted to change distro so I formattedthe Fedora drive and now I cant install any distro and when I try and boot Vista I just get theword GRUB, what should I do? I can run Live disk by the way, just not installing them.

  • Rassling Fundamentals  says:

    I recently used a grub and bug killer of my lawn. I am trying to get rid of a mole the most humane was possible. Normally I dont use any poisons of any kind on my lawn. Now my concerns is if the birds eat the grubs will it harm them? Also is this stuff poisonous to regular worms? I like my worms and noticed today that a lot of birds were in my yard and saw a lot of worms on the surface alot of dead ones. :( I feel truely awful about this.

  • henryshensbcglobalnet  says:

    I wanted to know if there was anyone who could explain step by step how I can create a GRUB floppy that will boot my Pendrive Linux USB. I do not have a working CD on the computer in question, nor is that computer on a network.

    Thanks in advance!

  • Phillip123  says:

    I noticed I have a grub issue in my flower bed. This time if year, I put down grub control on the lawn.
    Can I put this same stuff down on my flower bed to help control the grubs or will it hurt the flowers?

    Thanks.

  • Harriet W  says:

    Can I install the GRUB Bootloader from an Ubuntu Linux Live CD without already having Linux installed or having to install Linux?

    If not, is there a way to install just the Windows Bootloader from a disk or another bootloader from a disk to my laptop?

    (Its because i deleted my ubuntu install which had GRUB and now when i turn it on it just comes up with “Error 17″ in grub)

  • Jeracoo L  says:

    I have a lot of witchery grubs in my garden bed . Are they good for your soil like worms , I have plenty of huge worms as well .

  • Andre  says:

    All the snow has melted and we’ve noticed our yard looks like someone has been poking holes everywhere. My husband thinks it is these “grubs” that the skunks eat. We definitely need to get rid of them, but we have a dog that utilizes that area. Will commercial treatments hurt him? Can the “grubs” themselves be harmful to our dog?

  • Xbox Gamer  says:

    I’ve made my first raised garden bed and didn’t put anything under it think it would be fine but I haven’t had it for no more then 4 weeks and more and more grubs are coming at night eating my corn at the roots. I’ve dug up my garden and put 3 layers of landscaping fabric on the bottom and stapled them to my bed and put all new fresh dirt. Can they eat through the fabric?

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