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Well, to sum up a long story, this is how it's right now:
My laptop has a 100GB HDD. 80 of those are for Windows XP, the rest are for Linux. Recently I installed Fedora 10 over what was in the Linux partition and it was ok, except for one thing: It let me boot into Fedora, but the other option (actually named "other") would boot me into Windows but it would tell me it wasn't booting properly (It would ask for a restoration). Previously it worked correctly with GRUB booting PCLinux and Windows.
No Windows wasn't an option, so I used another thingamabob to install a default mbr and now it boots directly into Windows... but now I have a Fedora installation I can't access.
Anyone know what can I do to get a correct dual-booting option here? (Or just reinstalling Fedora will do now?).