Accidentally deleted GRUB
I kinda feel like the biggest noob in the universe for doing this, but I was trying to resize my windows XP partition to be smaller then add that space to linux (Fedora Core 4) through partitionmagic. The actual linux partition came up as type 8e, which I googled and found to be lvm. There was another ext3 partition that I thought I just created and realized I didn't know how to add to lvm, so I deleted it. Turned out that was the partition that had GRUB on it (oops), because now GRUB doesn't work. Which, obviously, causes problems. Is there any way to reinstall GRUB so that it can boot both FC4 and XP again? I still have my FC4 install discs and a rescue disc, but I don't have the slightest cluewhere any of my XP discs are.
Edit: I was using the FC4 rescue disc, and I can access my old files on FC4 fine, albeit only through the console, and I noticed that /boot is empty. I'm not sure, but that may or may not be a problem...
Last edited by oryhara; 06-09-2006 at 01:01 PM.