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Old 07-28-2005, 01:43 AM   #1
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my current primary partion is ext3 with linux installed in it . i want to create a pr

my current primary partion is ext3 with linux installed in it . i want to create a primary fat partion for acn i do it from linux.yes how can i reinstall grub.
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See the Linux System Administrators Guide, chapter 6, section 7, for information on partitions. You may not need another primary partition, just an extended partition, sub-divided into a bootable windows partition. The fdisk and cfdisk utilities can be used to accomplish that task.

How to re-install grub? Search these forums. There are many posts regarding that issue.


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