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So you need to do it the way xukosky suggested. You can use the rescue system from your CD1.
Here is a nice grub manual: http://portal.suse.com/sdb/en/2002/0..._overview.html
It is written for SUSE sytems, but the commands should be the same in RedHat. The file menu.lst is called grub.conf in RedHat (AFAIK).
Make sure you know on which partition your kernel is located (this will be the above mentioned root).
1> Boot RH9 Disc 1 CD
2> Type in linux rescue at RH9 Disc 1 boot screen
3> Type chroot /mnt/sysimage at the rescue console
4> Type grub-install /dev/hda
5> type exit 2x with the CD ejected from the CDROM drive
6> Have fun with GRUB