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Old 01-12-2007, 03:06 AM   #1
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Making a floppy disc with grub so i can install xp. How?

Im wanting to install windows on along side Kubuntu(15gb left for it) how do i make floppy disc that will load rub again so i can use kubuntu?
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If you still have your Kubuntu CD, you should be able to restore grub using the LiveCD feature. Use this link and follow step B5 (changing /dev/hda4 and /dev/hda to whatever you need, of course).

The other option is to install Windows first and then install Kubuntu second.


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