Can't boot linux on a logical partition
Ok, I'm a newbie, might as well admit it, since the last time I've used linux was over a year ago. This time, I made the mistake of putting every single linux partition on a logical partition, and trying to use NTLOADER instead of GRUB. Well, I know the steps with the dd and all, but I need to boot linux first to get the driver disk to get ntloader to boot.
So, how do I boot linux? I have an installation CD, and GRUB is installed on the first sector of the logical boot partition. I've tried lots of stuff but can't figure it out.