modify ntldr for linux


    I have a laptop that has windows xp home installed on a nts drive.  I resized the partition and added an ext3, linux swap, and fat32 partition. I installed fedora 4 on the ext3 partition and installed the grub to the partition not the mbr because I don't want it messing with ntldr.  I then went in the boot.ini file to add the option to boot to the linux partition.  Now I know i'm an idiot, ntldr doesn't recognize that partition.  How can I use ntldr to boot fedora 4.  I don't have any /boot partition and am trying to avoid making one.  Thanks
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