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Originally Posted by devils casper After Windows Installation, boot up from SuperGRUB CD again. Select 'Fix Linux Boot Loader' option. It will re-install Linux Boot Loader and setup dual boot ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    After Windows Installation, boot up from SuperGRUB CD again. Select 'Fix Linux Boot Loader' option. It will re-install Linux Boot Loader and setup dual boot again.

    As I mentioned earlier, SuperGRUB CD will setup dual boot itself. You have to select 'Fix Linux Boot Loader' option only.
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    Glad to help you !
    Do let us know how it goes.
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    0.9755 2008-09-07 18:28
    super_grub_disk_0.9755.iso

    hey casper,i did download the above version,and burn to a cd,it boots quite well

    but i dont see any straight options like

    Fix Windows Boot Loader
    Fix Linux Boot Loader

    of course i do see some boot options, they are bit difficult to understand

    could u specify ur super_grub_disk version

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    these are the options i see when i boot super_grub_disk

    i see 11 options ,as i post below,i have tried to type in the same way it looks

    1.<======= Distro |||||||||||||||||

    2.choose language & help

    3.choose language & no help

    4.vvvvvvvvvv quick menu help vvvvvvvvvvv

    5.grub => mbr & !linux!(1) auto

    6.grub => mbr & !linux!(>=2) manual

    7.! linux(1) auto

    8.! linux !(>=2) manual

    9.!win!

    10.win => mbr & !win!

    11.easy live swap

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    I am using earlier version of SuperGRUB CD ( .9598 ). I will download newer and let you know pretty soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    I am using earlier version of SuperGRUB CD ( .9598 ). I will download newer and let you know pretty soon.
    lookin forward for ur response

    thxxx

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    thx for the support ozar n devil casper

    Solution(tested)
    As devil casper explaines

    burn super_grub_disk 0.9598 onto a cd,boot it
    select windows boot loader,reboot
    install xp
    boot super_grub_disk 0.9598 again
    select fix linux boot loader,and reboot

    u get dual boot

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    Hi, kirn

    Now you probably understand better why I said back in post #2 that it's generally easier to start fresh and install Windows first, unless you know what you are doing.

    Hope it works out for you soon.
    oz

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