Oh, thanks, but I guess everything that has the word "manual" in it is not for me since I'm a real newbie and I just want a simple default installation to start with, and then start to learn little by little. Not start with the hard stuff right away, and specially not in such a delicate area as the installation that MIGHT fsck up my whole harddrive and windows-partitions if I make the wrong choise some place.
I just wonder how how how can this happen now when it worked a few weeks ago on my old hd, also with XP SP2 and also with c: and d: NTFS present, and also with around 5GB free unpartitioned space :S
Anyway, is there a simple workaround for this, like choosing some other bootmanager, I think theres one called LILO but I dont know if that or any others are included with SuSE.
Strange stuff this problem....really.
Edit: I dont even know what it meanse, just black screen and the word GRUB in top left corner. Does it mean GRUB is started and somethings wrong with it, or does it mean something is looking for GRUB and cant find it, or maybe it has started but cant find any of the two OS installed or what? I dont have a clue what it means since no error is written out
Edit2: Oh, I might add if it could help, when I removed the Linux CD and tried to boot windows it started with the bios-messages as usual and then to the bottom left it added up GRUB GRUB GRUB.
Exactly like that, three times, and then nothing happened.
I had to delete the Linux-partitions to get XP to start.
Is that a hint to what is wrong here or noone has a clue?