Hi, thanks for taking a look at this.
I've only recently started using Linux (as of earlier today), I did spend a good few hours searching for an answer to this problem, which is probably something simple, before posting here.
I have four hard drives (details in signature), Windows XP is installed on my 36Gb SATA Raptor drive, with the 250Gb SATA and 80Gb IDE drives being used for Windows storage/backup, both NTFS, earlier today I installed FC5 in the 38Gb IDE drive which went fine, however I cannot boot FC5 without chaing around my boot options in Setup, e.g. - if I want to boot Win XP I need to tell my machine to look at the drive with Windows on it first and if I want to boot FC5 I need to tell it to look at the Linux drive first.
Now when I boot Linux GRUB will load fine, however it only gives me the option to boot FC5 - I've obviously completely screwed up installing GRUB.
I've been trying to fix it by editing the grub.conf file but I can't seem to find the right name for my Windows drive, here's what my grub.conf file looks like now -
title Fedora Core (2.6.15-1.2054_FC5)
kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.15-1.2054_FC5 ro root=/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 rhgb quiet
title Windows XP
I've tried experimenting around with the name of the Windows drive but I can't get it to work. : /
Like I mentioned before, this is probably something extremely simple, but if someone could help me fix GRUB for dual-booting it would be nice, thank for looking.
EDIT:- I'm going to have to sleep now but I'll check up on this in the morning.