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Re: UNetbootin lets you install distros without burning discs

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 76.105.79.64] on January 25, 2008 09:01 PM
The partition program should not change anything else other than partitions on the target hard drive. If you have a live CD, you can edit the GRUB in /boot/grub/menu.lst to add Windows partition to the boot menu. Here is an example:

title Windows

rootnoverify (hd0,0)

chainloader +1


Linux.com sucks big time when it come to comment posting so everything is all in one big paragraph instead of breaking up where it should be. The
means you hit 'Enter' on before enter the next line. Do you know where your Windows partition is? I assume it is the first partition, then you can add the entry exactly like what I have, then save and reboot to see if it shows up.

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