Can't Load Suse Linux after installation
I am trying to create a multiboot system with Win98, XP, and Linux (SUSE distribution). I divided my hard drive into three partitions (I used Partition Magic v8.0) and put Linux in the front. So partition 1 has Linux, partition 2 has Win98, and partition 3 has XP. I installed Win98 first, then Linux, and then XP. Before I installed XP, I could run Linux just fine because the boot loader (GNU/GRUB...not sure which) would start up and then I would be asked which OS to run and I could choose Win98 or Linux. However, after installing XP, the boot loader does not run. When I use Boot Magic (the program that came with Partition Magic), it gives me the option of choosing Win98, XP, or Linux, but if I choose Linux all I get is a "Preparing machine to load Linux" message and nothing happens. I then have to reboot the machine. I can boot into Win98 or XP just fine using Boot Magic, but not Linux. Why is that? Is there a way to fix it? How come the GNU/GRUB boot loader doesn't load anymore? Can I not run three operating systems? Any help offered is much appreciated.
Actually, I have 2 hard drives
Actually, I have 2 hard drives. The drive that Linux is on is C and the other drive is D. So would I type 'c/dev/hda' to install Grub?