Thanks for the response :-)
Sorry, I just got home from work. Yesterday, I did a little searching and I found this:
Which surprisingly worked! :-) I now have a /boot directory on my windows NTFS partition (pretty cool:-)
But now I have a new problem; I can't seem to get the menu.lst file to work for some reason.
And so when I select "GRUB" from the windows boot list, it takes me to a grub command prompt (like what you told me to do anyways).
I did a little further research and found the following commands to boot up Fedora! (There was much hit-and-miss but when I got it I was so excited!):
kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.11-1.1369_FC4 ro root=LABEL=/
But I would really prefer to not have to type so much in to get Fedora to work.... I tried pasting grun.conf into the boot directory, but no dice....
As for dmraid, I ran the search function and came up with this....
[Tech@localhost ~]# dmraid -s
name : nvidia_bfiegbbd
size : 33028124
stride : 128
type : stripe
status : ok
devs : 2
spares : 0
Any more ideas?