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Old 11-20-2007, 05:08 AM   #1
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Fedora 8 installation

Fedora 8 installation
I have 160Gb hard disk in which i have created 4 partitions namely C20GB Windows XP installation),D40 GB),E20GB),F40 GB) while I have kept 40GB space as RAW partition. In that raw partition I tried to install Fedora 8.But after installation I was unable to access windows since in boot screen it did not show windows.Then again I tried to reinstall fedora with manually doing the partition.Then I chose GRUB boot loader installed on mbr. Now again I am not able to access my windows installation.
Then I recovered windows installation with recovery console but after doing that now I am unable to see the fedora in boot menu. Please suggest a solution.
Also suggest how to configure fedora partitions manually and using grub boot loader.

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