Did you see the "linux" prompt?
If yes try to print:
dos - to load Windows
linux - to load Linux
| Sorry if this question has been answered before, but I couldn't find any
| answers through Deja.com, or on Corel Linux's web site.
| I've "installed" the freeware Corel Linux in a partition on my C: drive
| (where it's definately taking up real estate, I just don't know where).
| Anyway, after the install program went through the 1/2 hour procedure, I
| removed the install floppy, instructed my computer to restart, which it
| dutifully did... loading Windows 98. I can't find a way to get my computer
| to boot up with Linux; and once I do that, I need to know how to boot
| Windows 98 again. I think I'm probably missing something really obvious,
| but I don't know what. :/ At the same time, I'm sure I'm not the first
| person to experience this problem.
| Can anyone help me with this, and tell me if there's anything else I've
| missed or should do? Here are some of my stats, though they are so common
| that I'm not sure any of them make a difference:
| AMD K6-II 450 mHz
| 64 MB RAM
| 13 GB HD
| Windows 98 OSR2
| Corel Linux (Most basic version, downloaded from Corel, burned onto a CD
| from .iso image)
| <> David
| "They were delightful... I mean, if they're not eating you, they're very
| pleasant people."
| --James Michener on the *s of New Hebrides
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