Installing Debian on a USB stick

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Anyway, wanted to put debian on a USB flash drive.
set with netinstall image, also from the stick (unetbootin).

The installation was successful, at the end of the agreed installation grub'.

Vytaskival installation USB flash drive, reboot, see the invitation rude.
grub>
all. to load non-responsive. 21st error — no disk.

well, loaded with Liv-sit. put a rough hand. sdb1 — the same section of the stick where I delivered Debian.
$sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt
$sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev
$sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc
$sudo chroot /mnt
#grub-install /dev/sdb


the result is zero. all also not loaded Debian.
Maybe someone faced with similar?
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Try to stick to the second coarse. If his console to help dumped a bunch of teams, it will be possible to botnets.
Write ls, we get the list of partitions. Then root (hd[numerik],[nomerge]) sequentially. Should report the type of falahi. If filoha need, then write linux / and press tab, dumped the contents of the root. If not Faluja, then Ctrl+C, look no further. If one then appends the path to the kernel. Then write the initrd and likewise the path to it. Write boot. Should boot.
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Try to roll up the LiveCD on a USB flash drive that's this tool. It is for Ubuntu, but Ubuntu has tweaked Debian, so is likely to digest.
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Command #grub-install /dev/sdb on what did not swear?
In /boot/grub/menu.lst?
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