to mount the win-part :
mkdir /windows ( make a mount-point, this can be anywhere in the dir-tree )
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /windows ( if it's a fat32 or fat16 )
if it's a ntfs partition , you probably have to inset the proper module
just type : modprobe ntfs ( if it's already loaded, you get a reply telling you that )
and then : mount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /windows
after that you can access your win-part. and save the data.
when all is saved, try to install lilo ( some people on this site think it's better than grub, i don't use grub )
type: liloconfig ,
choose ' expert ' option
start with new header
installpoint : in the MBR,
add Linux part.,
add windows part.'s
that should do it.
Last edited by egag; 08-17-2004 at 07:22 AM.