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hi guys i am having a problem. I have installed Redhat linux 7.3 . i already had windows Xp installed. now after the installation when i start my pc. i do not get any option which os to load ie linux or Xp.
Although i have taken full care during installation. i have installed linux on d drive. and windows was on c drive. i guess there is some problem with loader... could you please suggest solution so that i get two options ie which os to load. when i boot my pc.
Also is there any way to check wheather the windows are intact. or i screwed them?
Distribution: Switched to regualr Ubuntu, because I don't like KDE4, at all. Looks like vista on crack.....
You might have installed Linux over your windows partition. You can use a live cd to check, both puppylinux and Damn Small Linux are small download live cd distro's. If you didn't overwrite your windows partition, you can use supergrub bootdisk to rebuild grub, so you can boot into windows or linux. Here is a download link.