Greetings Fedora community! I could really use your knowledge and experience on an issue. Due to the nature of this situation and my lack of knowledge in this area (Linux), I was unable to scope out any information on this.
I am currently using a 700G HD with Windows XP installed on it (NTFS). After becoming interested in the Fedora project, I created a Logical partition of 10G to use for Fedora. I set for the boot loader to boot to Fedora first.
Everything ran perfectly. Before I knew it, I was running low on disk space for the Fedora partition. I rebooted to windows and used Partition Magic 8 to perform the following 3 steps in order:
1) Split 100G off the primary partition to its own
2) Format the 100G partition with ext3
3) Merge the 100G partition with the original Fedora 10G partition
I rebooted, hit Enter to select to boot from Windows and the process began. One thing that Partition Magic does is it automatically begins its processes for formating and merging when WINDOWS boots up.
Now my issue! Now after the disk management, every time the PC boots, the GNU GRUB grub> command is displayed. I have no clue whatsoever how to navigate this or to use that to fix my possible partitioning issue. I went to the GNU GRUB website and filtered through the documentation but I can't find anything pertaining to the issue I'm having.
If any of you have ever come across this problem before or know what I can do, I would greatly
appreciate your assistance. Thanks in advance!