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The root device shouldn't have been a problem. But ok then, replace that kernel line with this one: kernel /boot/vmlinuz ro root=0301...
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    The root device shouldn't have been a problem. But ok then, replace that kernel line with this one:
    kernel /boot/vmlinuz ro root=0301

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    i notice this is an older version of grub. Is there a way of upgrading after I get all of this fixed? =) ill try those cmds right now.

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    windows xp

    hey

    In windows XP right click on my computer then go to properties, then go to advanced then click start up and recovery you can configure the start up options manually using the edit button

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    Yeah, but he won't be able to configure Linux with them, right? (Unless Microsoft has recently added boot support for Linux, which I doubt, somehow)

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    never mind guys i reinstalled linux.. thanks for the replies though

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