I always had windows en Liux on 1 disk drive, that is possible because,
linux boot from block 0 on the drive and windows on block 1...
The nice thing is that you install windows on a clean new disk and after
that linux... But know comes the problem, i wanted to be a clean house,
like grandma's do from time to time, so i removed linux /and/ windows.
But for heavens sake, what happened with block 0, finally got it
together with /dd if=<big file> of=/dev/sda bs=10240/ wham, i worked
slept from 1am to 5am, and all the time i was working on that problem.
That *dd* trick is not possible on a rescue disk, that is read-only, but
at least you can clean the partitions with /fdisk/, just in Linux single
boot, and do it... brrrr nice research and probably the wrong news group
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