I have a Pentium III computer with two disks
* Disk 1 has Windows ME and Windows XP
Boot Magic is installed
* Disk 2 has a Linux partition (10GB) and
a FAT32 partition.
I used to have Red Hat 7.2 installed and I recently
did a brand new installation of Fedora Core 2 on
the Disk 2 Linux partition.
The problem I have is that I can't boot the second disk!
Boot Magic has a menu of two items: Windows and Linux.
The Windows menu uses the first disk for booting
either Windows Me or Windows XP, but if I choose the Linux
option to boot from the second disk, the boot process hangs....
because there is nothing to boot from on the second disk.
This setup worked previously with Red Hat, but during my
installation of Fedora, I obviously made a mistake
and lost the ability to boot!
I tried the reinstallation again in order to get GRUB
onto the second
disk, but the graphical Disk
Druid program only gave me the choice of installing
GRUB on the first
What do I need to do to make my Fedora bootable?
Remember that I don't want to make any changes to the