I'm trying to install Windows XP onto the 3rd primary partition of my hard drive. The layout is like so:
Part 1, 100 MB, Linux EXT2, /boot Part 2, 280 GB, Linux Raid, /root Part 3, 40 GB, Windows NTFS
I can't get the Windows install CD to boot unless I set the Part1 and Part2 types to '0'. Is there anyway around this? I would like a solution where I do not have to change the 1st or 2nd partitions. Where can I go from here?
If I install Windows to the 3rd partition, and then switch the Part1 and Part2 types back to correct values, will Windows be able to boot off of the 3rd partition?