Help - Linux and Windows Dual-boot system
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 15:11:54 -0600
I would appreciate if someone could help me on this.
I install Windows 2000 first, then Linux on the same PC. So I can boot to
either Linux or Windows without any problem. Later on, I install another
Windows platform (Windows XP) on the same PC, then I can not see Linux any
more during boot therefore can not use Linux. I can re-install Linux one
more time to fix this problem, but I think there may be some trick I can use
so I can see Linux again during boot. Does anyone know this?
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