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  1. @Acefangamestudio, I know this is a very late response, but if you just use your windows 98 boot disk, or make a win98 boot CD. then issue fdisk /mbr it will get rid of the grub loader.. simple and fast..

  2. @shani55555 It really just depends on what you will be using Linux for. New people to Linux should use either Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Debian is what I personally use nowadays, although I do have Ubuntu 10.04 on a small partition. Red-Hat Package Mager (openSUSE and Fedora use it) is complete shit compared to dpkg (Debian Package Manager) so I recommend you stick with a Debian-based system. Mandriva is OK, although it's best to stay away from their non-free stuff.

  3. I have a question. When I try to install a second Linux distro on a machine that currently has a distro already installed on my computer, it seems to not allow the original distro to boot up. Why does this happen and what must I need to do to make sure that both of my distros show at the boot screen?

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