Wipe out one distro and install another...
I wanted to practice setting a dual boot system, so I screwed around with my old Pentium 3, 450 mhz, 128 MB ram, so I set up WinXP and SuSE 10.1 for Dual Boot. Everything worked great, I set up all of the partitions in Windows, and the dual boot worked fine. WinXP is (surprising) speedy, but SuSE is pretty slow, which I expected. I'd like to try wiping out SuSE and installing one of the lighter weight distro's, like Xubuntu, but don't want to risk screwing up my dual boot. I (think I) can wipe out the partitions easily enough, and install Xubuntu, what worries me is keeping GRUB working properly. And advice?