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    Fedora 9 install failed

    I resolved this by re-installing F9 from DVD and manually choosing the layout. Now I am dual-booting fine. So, I agree; I think it was an installation error, nothing to do with EasyBCD.
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    Fedora 9 install failed

    To dual-boot my new Vista computer with Fedora 9, I followed the fedora step-by-step installation instructions for EasyBCD. I allowed Fedora 9 to resize the partition and create a partition layout. (F9 defaults to using logical volumes, which I've never used.) EasyBCD works and Vista boots...
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