Unable to boot Windows XP in a dual boot setup

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – I'd honestly just recommend installing legacy grub, or better yet LILO, the people who work on GRUB/A lot of gnu software seem to think it's a great idea to just add and add and add pointless and bloated features to things that don't need it, GRUB is a perfect example of this, and so is the coreutils, 750 lines of code is used for 'cat' whereas on an operating system such as plan9 about 40 lines of code is used to do exactly the same thing.On legacy grub it's as simple astitle Windows rootnoverify (hd0,0) makeactive chainloader +1Which would be able to let you boo (HowTos)