Hey guys I got wierd question ...
First heres what my Rig looks like:
1 IDE Drive slaved to my DVD ROM drive, the Hard drive is formatted NTFS and is used for storage.
1 SATA Drive- My XP Pro/Gaming Platform
2nd SATA Drive- Ubuntu then Installed SUSE 10. With a 20gig FAT32 free space to transfer files from Windows/Ubuntu/SUSE.
Now the part where I pick your brain.
First I installed XP Pro-- all is well
then I installed Ubuntu and I put the Grub Boot on the IDE drive...all is well.
Now I install SUSE....strange things afoot in Grub.
Grub will allow me to Boot to Ubuntu or SUSE but I get the NTLDR error when trying to get into Windows...BUT..if I go into my BIOS and change the boot order (move the IDE Drive to boot last) I can still boot into Windows (no options for linux since the Grub is on the IDE Drive..exactly how I want it, since I will probably break Linux a few dozen times before I get the hang of it LOL).
So the problem is somwhere in SUSE's install of Grub.
I check the options and it says to boot to Windows on dev/sda1.
I dont know what/how Ubuntu managed to put everything on the IDE MBR and run smooth, but SUSE throws a fit with this NTLDR thing.
Can anyone give me a clue? You may have to put into newbie terms