Topic: Boot Flag changes
Just finished installing Freespire on a ReiserFS partition.
All went well, however there's one nagging thing that I can't seem to solve. And that is, every time I boot into Freespire and then out to re-enter XP, I'm blasted with "Cannot Load Operating System" (or something like that). So, I insert the 'Freespire' CD, run 'QParted' and much to my amazement, find that the Linux partition has become the bootable (active) partition. I reset the flag so that the NTFS is the bootable partition and everything works great. Until of course, I boot into 'Freespire' and the cycle begins again.
I've searched and read through all the pertinent threads in the Freespire forums and have determined one thing; I have no idea what it could be. The HDD has two primary partitions, one with NTFS and the other with ReiserFS. I was wondering if maybe I should set the Reiser partition to logical instead of primary. But then again, maybe it's a problem with where Grub is installed. I believe I put Grub on 'hda2' and I did just as they instructed with the freespire.bin and boot.ini files.
I realize this may be a question for the Freespire folks, but they're extremely slow in approving membership and I haven't yet (24 hours later) recieved my login instructions.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!