partitions messed up
i have winXP and RedHat 8 on the same drive. i have 1 ntfs partition ('C') and 2 fat32 partitions ('D' & 'E'). at the end of the harddrive (the last 7 gigabytes are my linux ext3 partitions ('/boot', '/' and '/home' and a swap partition). so far so good.
i installed redhat and had some problems, so i booted from a partition magic disk, cleared the redhat installation partitions and installed again. with the linux boot disk i can now boot linux but when i start the computer without a disk, there's only
and nothing happens.
with the second time i installed linux, i chose lilo as boot manager, so the GRUB is strange..
and when i try to run /sbin/lilo i get
Warning: device 0x0307 exceeds 1024 cylinder limit
Fatal: sector 102425924 too large for linear mode (try 'lba32' instead)
what must i do if I want to have lilo let me choose between redhat and xp without any bootdisks?