Okay, I am fairly new to Linux and wanted to try it out again. I made space on my 400GB SATA HD and resized it during the Ubuntu install to be split into two, one for Ubuntu and the other with all the data that was on it (not Windows though). The install went perfectly fine.
Now, my XP is on an 80GB SATA HD, and the computer defaulted to that when I restarted. I figured this was normal, but when I tried to boot to the 400 GB to get to Ubuntu, I got the "Boot device not recognized" message, meaning (I think) that the GRUB loader failed to write to the 400. XP wasn't recognized during the install, so I figured it would just write to the 400. What can I do to get the GRUB loader to come up with both Ubuntu and XP? Can I just use Super GRUB Disc to put GRUB on my 80GB? Thanks in advance