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OK I'll delete the partitions and install it one more time... I want to ask one more thing. If I deside to install suse, suse can use the partitions of ...
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    OK I'll delete the partitions and install it one more time...
    I want to ask one more thing. If I deside to install suse, suse can use the partitions of mandrake, or it will create new ones.
    Thanks!

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    If you want to install SuSE it can use the ones made by mandrake if you want it to. Or it can create new ones if you want it to.

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    You don't have to reinstall. Just put disk one or the DVD in and let it go through the upgrade. At the end when it lists all the areas like keyboard, location, etc. down the left side, scroll down to bootloader.

    Simply select your bootloader (lilo) then tell it to install it to Mbr. It will then finish the install and give you your bootloader with both your XP and your Mandrake.

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