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Old 10-23-2002, 02:45 PM   #16
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Originally posted by jmeile
I was just looking for help about dual booting. Then this thread caught my attention. What could one make if one reinstalls windows and doesn't have a linux bootable disk? Luckily that's not my case, but who knows, your bootable disk could be damaged when you reinstall windows, couldn't it? (I really trust Morphy )

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Boot off the CD, mount the drives in the appropriate places (requires unmounting some temp filesystems) and run LILO. Reboot.
 
  


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