I'm sure this question has been asked hundreds of times before but I couldn't quite find the answer I wanted while Searching; so here it goes again:
I have a desktop machine with dual boot:
1) Linux Fedora Core 6
Actually I had it working fine before; using the GRUB Linux loader it gave me the option to boot either Fedora or Windows. The Windows o.s. was then Windows 2000 Server installed on C drive.
Then just today, loading first Windows 2000, I installed Windows Vista Home Premium onto E drive.
Now the only loader available is the Windows one which gives me the option to load either Windows Vista or Windows 2000.
I know the GRUB sector is still there waiting to be activated again but I forgot now how to do it.
Here's a copy of my disk partition map:
I'm quite sure the GRUB loader must be in the "102Mb sector" depicted on the previous image.
What is the proper way to reactivate it?
Should I use the Fedora Core 6 install DVD -which I do have- or should I do it from the Vista Disk Management?