I would like to thank everyone for taking the time to read this post and hopefully reply to it. The issue is:
I was having issues with Mandrake 9.0, I decided that slackware sounded like a better idea. I then got slackware and rebooted the machine and booted from the CD. I went through the installation process, Deleted the old partitions, and then created
3 new ones.
8GB HD- Operating System Drive
30GB HD-Storage Drive (MP3's- FAT32)
Radeon 64MB DDR VIVO
NIC-IBM I think
1st- Linux Boot 4GB
3rd- /home 3.something GB
Okay, I then installed slackware, Installation was smooth, rebooted and it tried to start Mandrake, Got the Mandrake boot selection screen, it defaults to linux and when it tried to boot it said that the kernel wasn't found. I kinda figured that since I deleted it.
I can't get Slackware to boot, I am still seeing the mandrake boot windows. From what I have read is to do a "fdisk /mbr" and the redo the LILO. That should make it boot into Slackware right? Also does Slackware boot into a GUI or just into a X prompt? Please if anyone out there could tell me if this will fix my issue or what i need to do to fix my issue i would greatly appreciate it.