On Wed, 2005-04-27 at 00:30, Ger Donohue wrote:
>> In trouble again I see
>Yea, that's me Ger!
I've made a mess of it. I think the only option left is to boot from the
FC3 DVD, go for a new install, repartition with Anaconda deleting the
first two partitions, and leaving free space at the very beginning for
Win XP while recreating the /boot partition in /dev/hda2. Then exiting
before FC3 begins to install. Hopefully I can then get WinXP to boot
from the CD.
Too tired to do this now so will try it 2moro
Thanks to everybody for their suggestions.
> Install windows first.
>> Try and keep the windows partition under 8 GB and the first primary
>> Then install fedora.
>> You then have a choice of Windows Boot Manager or Lilo or Grub for
> Booting the system. Most how-tos explain how to do it using Windows
> Boot Manager.
>> Windows likes to have its system volume as the first primary
> partition. This is where your problem is.
>> You could try hiding /dev/hda1 using fdisk or other utility but this
> may nuke your Fedora Install if XP is sucessfully installed.
>> Glad to see that Fedora installed seemesly on an IQON Laptop
>> Regarsd Ger
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