Originally Posted by Mic87xp1
So, i have to install grub in the first partition and than i can start grub with the bootloader of windows?
Yes, it's how I boot Fedora (and Debian and Ubuntu). There's no solid advantage to it really. I just prefer it. If you want to try that, then it matters what version of Windows you're using.
If it's XP or W2K, then my preferred method is to use dd to copy the first sector of the Fedora boot partition to a file, copy that file to the Windows directory, and edit the boot.ini file to add a menu entry in the Windows boot menu to boot it. There are other methods. More here...
If your Windows system is Vista or Windows 7, there is a manual way to do it for them
, too. But for Vista and W7, the easiest thing to do is download and install the free and popular utility known as EasyBCD. It simplifies configuring BOOTMGR of Vista and W7 to boot Fedora. More here...
P.S.: Configuring a Windows boot loader to boot Linux is easy once you know what you are doing. It takes me less than a minute to add a new Linux system to NTLoader. But I should warn you that it is not as simple and easy as letting GRUB be installed in the master boot record and boot everything. That is more nearly automatic and the tweak needed to make it boot Windows is a simple single step. So, if you are determined and insistent on booting Fedora with the Windows boot loader, then you need to be prepared to struggle through a learning period. No way around it. Then it's easy.