My fedora installation was not completed fully because of a corrupt media (disc 3 to be specific, my CD drive cannot fully read the media's last part), and as a result, i think my bootloader was not configured properly, but everything else works fine. I've already tried "grub-install <device>" but to no avail. The grub.conf file is nowhere to be found in /etc, and its link on /boot/grub. I still need to use my bootdisk in order to boot Fedora. Someone suggested that I should create a new grub.conf file. Is there a way I can fix my bootloader without reinstalling the system? Could someone make a correct configuration file using these conditions:
1. Fedora is in a dualboot environment with Win2k bootloader (NTLDR) on the MBR
2. My Fedora system uses only 2 partitions, root partition (ext3fs) on /dev/hda3, and a swap partition on /dev/hda4.
3. The bootloader is installed on the first sector of /boot (located on /dev/hda3 of course).
In fact, I've tried creating one, with the help of a sample config file I found in the web, and when I tried to boot, "GRUB" is displayed on my screen (just like the LILO error message, not a grub shell). Honestly, I'm a newbie regarding that GRUB stuff because I've been using LILO eversince I started using Linux.
Thanks a lot to those who can help.