i succesfully installed mandrake 9.1 and am having a problem with my system. I am using windows me (ugh...) and linux. I think i have done something horribly wrong. I had red hat on my system but thought that i deleted it. I installed mandrake fine and dandy and put it in the partition where red hat previously was. everything SEEMED fine but then i booted my system and got the red hat os selector. Unfortunately, only dos and red hat showed up, no mandrake. So then i figured that i should get rid of the linux partition altogether and reinstall mandrake (since i no longer have a need for red hat.) i went into windows and used fdisk to *supposedly* remove the linux partition. I then exited fdisk and norton 03 game me something like this message "Some virus like activity has been detected, do you wish to continue?" i figured that norton thought the partitioning was virus activity, so i clicked continue and rebooted. I boot up and got grub version 0.93. i am having EXTREME difficulty figuring this thing out. I give it this command:
and it says make sure the kernel is installed blah blah blah. it wont let me boot linux or dos. Am i using the wrong command? What command should i use? have i seriously screwed up my system? please help me
PS i have been unable to boot any os since my partitioning!