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JCAnthony
OK I am going to start by saying I'm not familiar with Linux at all but need some help with an XP/Fedora dual boot someone asked me to look at.

The XP install was corrupt and using the install disk to repair didn't fix it so I was forced to install a fresh copy of it.

Doing this removed the option to select which OS to boot to and by default boots XP. How do I get it back to asking which to boot to? Both OS's are on the same drive too if that makes a difference.

Thanks!
michaelk
Restoring windows will overwrite the linux bootloader. You can use the Fedora installation CD/DVD to restore grub.

http://dailypackage.fedorabook.com/index.p...lling-Grub.html
JCAnthony
Worked great, thanks!
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