Dual-boot SuSE 8.1/Win98SE problem
I run a dual-boot Linux/Windows arrangement, with two hard drives. SuSE 8.1 is on one 4.3 GB HDD, with Windows 98SE O/S (5 GB partition) and Windows applications (15 GB partition) on a separate 20 GB HDD. Windows is the default O/S, and I select Linux during boot-up by means of the 'Up' arrow.
I have had to re-install Windows due to '... program has performed an illegal operation...' problems - which turned out to be due to a corrupt 128 MB RAM I had fitted recently, and I now cannot select Linux - the opportunity just doesn't arise during boot-up - it goes straight into Windows!
BTW, I have removed the 128 MB RAM boards and re-installed my original 64 MB (4 x 16 MB) boards, and everything else seems to be working OK.
How can I restore my ability to choose Linux?