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    No Vista. No Windows 7. I've tried deleting the map statements from the grub menu but it didn't help.

  2. #12
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    I do not know what to say about problem.

    Sometimes grub sees hdd diferently then fdisk, if you have not try:
    title XP on hd0,0
    rootnoverify (hd0,0)
    chainloader +1

    I don't think it will work but worth a shot.

    Download below small script might give helpful info. Be sure to read the how to install/setup. Most of it will not be useful but some might be.
    Boot Info Script | Get Boot Info Script at SourceForge.net

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