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I partition the hdd on installed RedHat on one partition while I kept Win XP on the other partition. Well after the installation of RedHat, when I decide to boot ...
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    XP boot problem after RedHat installation


    I partition the hdd on installed RedHat on one partition while I kept Win XP on the other partition. Well after the installation of RedHat, when I decide to boot to XP I have peoblems because I know get an error that particular .dll file is missing. t herefore XP cannot boot. Has anyone out there had that problem and kwow a way of fixing it without having to reinstall XP because I do not I have a bootable disk to install it with.

    Thanks in advanced

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    Can you describe how your hard drive was partitioned before you installed RedHat, and what steps you took to get it partitioned as it is now?

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    I partioned my hdd during my XP installation. There is a boot partion for XP, one partion with the actual XP OS, and one partion with the RH Linux OS.

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    Is GRUB hidding the boot partition for XP? If so how can I get it to unhide it? Need help?

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