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Old 8th September 2005, 06:53 AM
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Multiboot with grub

Hi all,
I want to know how to boot with dos and FC4
I have already installed the FC4 and with 1 fat32 partition
hda1 : /
hda2 : /swap
hda3 : /fat32

my fat32 is empty. And I want the boot to dos by harddisk. is it possble?
how can I do so?
Did I need to install something to hda3 before I can boot to dos?
If I copy the bootable floppy disk
i.e a:\*
to the partition(hda3) and use the command of the grub "hide and unhide" will it be done?
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