I installed "android x86 4.0 rc1 asus_laptop iso" on
/sda3 (NTFS partition created in Windows 7) of my Advent Verona recently. I already run Windows 7 and Linux Mint 11 so was dual booting with GRUB.
When I installed Android it took over the Mint bootloader and would not show Mint in its bootloader, but I was able to correct the problem, thereby getting the Mint loader back, through this site.
However, this caused Android to disappear from the bootloader. I tried to get it to appear so I could load it from there and was able to do so using this information.
I've been able to edit the file that makes you see all the OS on the laptop and I see all the three OSes now. I can load into Windows 7 and Linux Mint without problems but when I try to boot Android I get these errors on a black page:
[numbers] VFS: could not find a valid V7 on sda3 [numbers] kernel panic - not syncing: vfs: unable to mount root fs on unknown block (8.3) [numbers] Pid. 1 comm: swapper not Tainted 3.0.8 android x86 asus_laptop
Then it reboots after a few seconds. What am I not doing right?