The trouble is you have LILO on the master boot record, and when you remove the Lindows drive, it can't find the lilo.conf on the now-removed drive, so it can't boot an OS.
First, boot to Lindows, and create a bootable floppy. " mkbootdisk --device /dev/fd0 kernel-version " is the command you will need to run as root. Of course, replace with your correct kernel version number. 2.4.something Boot from that to make sure it works, then move on to step two.
Second, use Windows to restore the master boot record. It used to be " fdisk /mbr ", but might be under disk management or something similar in XP. I'm not running it, so I can't tell you. This will restore the MBR to boot the first partition on the first drive, which will be XP. You'll need to use the floppy to boot Lindows from then on.
Last edited by ranger_nemo; 07-05-2003 at 03:04 PM.