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I was having windows 2000 and linux i my system. i formatted the windows 2000 and installed Xp. After this i am not able to get into Linux. When i boot the system, i directly get into Xp. how can i make it dual bootable.
Originally posted by vijirin how can i reinstall the boot loader
First, try searching. I said it is a popular question. Second, when asking for help, try to be very descriptive. So far, you didn't mention which boot loader you had (because it's different to reinstall lilo or grub), which distribution you are using (because some has rescue mode), nothing.
thanx for the reply; sorry for not posting the ques in a proper way. actually i use redhat 9.0 with grub as boot loader. as u people said, i tried to boot using the linux cd to rescue mode, but it gives an error and exit, saying kernel is not found.