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[quote=Fred] May be your mbr (master boot record) is damaged. If you have the Windows XP CD, you should try to boot with the inserted CD, and if booting fails select the option Recovery Console, to repair the mbr. Instructions from Microsoft here : http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307654 As far as I know, it's easier to have Windows XP already installed. before you try to add a Linux installation for dual boot. Concerning the second partition, you have to set in gparted a disklabel for the new partition first and possibly also set a boot flag. You can also delete the second partition and enlarge the partition with Windows with gparted, to give the whole harddisk to Windows XP. If you want a dual boot for Windows and Linux, the Window bootloader would have to be modified, or else the grub or grub2 bootloader would have to be used and options for booting Windows included. If you have Windows XP already, Ubuntu for example could be installed from an Ubuntu live cd, which would include partitioning and installing the grub or grub2 boot-loader. Another option with Ubuntu is the file wubi.exe, which is on the Ubuntu CD usually and can be started from inside a running Windows, to include Ubuntu as a folder inside Windows. Look for more instructions at the Ubuntu forum, here : http://www.ubuntuforums.org/ Anyhow it is a good idea to install Windows before adding Linux. Regards Fred[/quote]
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