Originally Posted by bigrigdriver
Please excuse me if I seem thick-headed.
Do you mean that you have windows installed, but you can't boot windows using grub? Or, do you mean you have a disk you want to install windows on, but you don't know how to do it now that you have OpenSuse 10.3 installed.
Also, please post the output of 'fdisk -l', and possibly also /etc/fstab (just the part that refers to hard disk partitions and their mount points).
sry 4 the late reply...
i've got windoze installed on the other hard disk. actually the i've the linuxz mbr on 1hdd and windows mbr on other.
so everytime i've to shift the bootable hard disk from the bios setup.
wenever i boot windows from grub, it says: disk read error.
and i've checked the path for windows boot, its fine.
the entry in the grub is "chainloader hd(0,1)+1".
and i dont know what "chainloader" command is for??
I had the same problem.... my grub did not boot windows from other hard drive...Had to install grub on the drive having windows
i tried installing grub on the other hdd, but windows did nt boot.