In article <2YadnfRyXoFCxnrenZ2dnUVZ8qWdnZ2declipse.net.uk >, Gordon
says...a) No. Just set XP as the default.> I have XP installed on part of my HDD. I installed Ubuntu on the free
> space. When asked where I wanted grub loaded to, I specified a floppy,
> in the hope that I could boot to Ubuntu using the floppy, and XP without
> using the floppy. No such joy! Ubuntu boots OK from the floppy, but when
> the floppy is removed, the system just says "error in operating System".
> a) Is there a way of doing this (so my XP users don't need to see a
> dual-boot menu) or b) if not, is there an *easy* way to move the Grub
> install from the floppy to the MBR?
b) Run the partition configuration utility from within Ubuntu.
Same , different day.