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Old 03-01-2008, 01:31 AM   #1
mahmedhashmi134
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Unhappy Fedora X sever problem


Hi everyone,
I am a newbie to linux. I installed Fedora 7.0 on my PC which already had Win XP. It went allright. I booted to linux. My display was allright but when I shut down my computer and started it next time, it didn't boot and a screen appeared

GNU Grub-like line editing is supported ....

It said something like server X. Now the problem is that I can't even boot into Win XP. Can anyone tell me how to correct it. Or just how to remove Fedora and use Win XP. Also, i don't want to lose my data.

One thing more, I reinstalled Fedora again and display was allright but when I shut down my computer, it happened again. Please, if anyone can help me, tell me.

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