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Dual boot Suse XP issue

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I am getting ROOT (hd0,0) filesystemtype unknown, partition type 0x7
chainloader +1
when I try XP after installing SuSE 9.1 Pro.

I have been using SuSE since 6.5 dual booting Win 98, Me, and 2000 with no issues ever after installing SuSE.

Any ideas if there is something in the config I can use to correct this, I don't really  want to re-install the 2 OSes again.

Thanks in advance...
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I would just try reinstall suse and let it discover all the os's on the machine .
And try to use grub as your boot loader  Best of luck
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Post your what kind of boot loader that you are using and and your config files for them
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