Windows xp pro and SUSE 9.3 pro Dualboot?
OK, well last time I tried to make a dual boot system I had windows xp home edition and 2 partitions. Par 1 was for windows and the second was for linux. I had fedora core 2 that I was planning to install it on. Anyway I ended up losing windows because GRUB took over windows bootloader and I couldn't get back into windows and I was not good at linux, so I could not get my files back either. I ended up using a bootleg version of windows I got from my friend and formatting my hard drive. So now I have windows and it is using the full 120 gigs of my hard drive and I just got SUSE 9.3 pro in the mail and I think I'm gonna try that because it should be easier to set up the wireless. So now I have a few problems that I'm gonna have if I want to make a successful dualbooting system. My first problem is that I need to make a 60 gigabyte partition of my hard drive, and my second problem is how to install SUSE on that partition without taking over windows so that I can easily boot into either two operationg systems. If I am forgetting any information please fill in also.