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jimfu2

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Hi
I was wondering if anyone can give me some instructions on how to remove gnome bootloader and use the win XP bootloader. I have recently installed Fedora Core 4 on a seperate HDD and am running it along side XP. The thing is though when I installed Fedora I put the gnome bootloader onto the HDD that has XP on it and now every time I start my computer it starts the gnome bootloader. I have reconfigured the gnome bootloader to boot into XP so it's not that big of an issue but I would still like to know if it is possible to remove gnome and use the windows bootloader.
Thanks a lot
Jim
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Don't you mean GRUB bootloader ?
And why would you want the Windows one ? GRUB works fine...
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Don't you mean GRUB bootloader ?
And why would you want the Windows one ? GRUB works fine...


Hi chickenman
Sorry I did mean the grub bootloader. If I have any problems with Fedora will the grub bootloader still boot into windows?
Cheers Jim
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It should do.
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Cheers chickenman
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