Does it not even show the option of SUSE at bootup?. The best guess is, you need to configure lilo.conf. For that you need partition info as to where the kernel image is.
My computer now boots directly into Mandriva
Of'course you can.
Can a dual boot up be configured from within Mandriva?
You mean fstab file? Why dont you mount your partition under Mandriva and access it from here?
I copied the fdisk file to the desktop but was unable to open it so that I could copy and paste the details to you.
will show you the partition info.
will show you which partitions are mounted where. with this you can figure out which are the SUSE partitions.
128 MB ram is good enough.. but whats a FAT only disk? :-/
I have only 128mb RAM on a FAT only disk
dont do that. we can fix it without reinstalling
I could try to re-install Suse(which presumable would show the partitions) and format the drive it previously was on