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> Problems with dual booting
KingsvilleGeolog...
post Aug 13 2011, 08:43 PM
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I have just installed Fedora 15 on a partition of my hard drive with Windows on another partition. Fedora boots just fine, but I cannot find a way to boot back into Windows. I have tried entering the Boot Manager to select Windows at start up and I have two options: Fedora and "Other". When I select Other, I get a message that says BOOTMNGR not located (not exact wording). Does anybody have an idea what might be wrong? Under "Devices" in the files overview, there is a listing for OS that has all the information from my C: drive (on the Windows partition). I have not mistakenly erased my Windows system, but I cannot get back to it.
This is my first attempt at dual booting, so any information you might have on this issue is more than I know.
Thanks folks.
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