Windows stole my Dualboot!
I am a newbie at linux.... I have installed in two seperate hard drives Windows (primary hard drive) and Mandrake Linux 10.1 (slave hard drive). Last week I had a problem with windows and, after moving some important files my /home forlder in linux from windows, I reinstalled windows on my primary hard drive. But when I went to start up my computer again, my dualboot option from Madrake Linux disappeared... now only Windows boots. Is there a way to restore that boot option without reformatting my linux hard drive and reinstalling it? I don't want to lose any files I have in linux and (being a newbie) I didn't create a copy of the boot files on a floppy for such an occasion.
PS. I already tried the rescue option on the linux cd and it supposedly reinstalled the boot sector... but windows is still the only one that loads...