FIXED: No Devices Matches MBR Identifier

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FIXED: No Devices Matches MBR Identifier

If you are getting boot errors stating "No Devices Matches MBR Identifier" while trying to boot OpenSUSE from a custom flash drive, it is likely that the Disk Identifier (or Disk ID) found in the MBR file, is incorrect. In the following simple solution, I'll show you a couple of ways to fix this.

Fixing the "No Devices Matches MBR Identifier" error

How to get the MBRID (Disk Identifier) from Linux

From a terminal, type sudo su and press Enter
Type fdisk -l and press Enter
Copy the Disk Identifier listed in in terminal for your Disk to the mbrid file located at boot/grub/mbrid Get The MBRID - Disk Identifier

How to Get the MBRID (Disk Identifier) from Windows

Download Set-MBRID.exe
Copy Set-MBRID.exe to the Drive to get the Disk ID from.
Click Get-MBRID.exe to obtain the Disk Identifier.
The tool will display the Disk Identifier in a message box, backup the old mbrid file, and create a new mbrid file for you at /boot/grub/mbrid, if the path exists. Set MBRID

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