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Could not boot into XP from GRUB and how i found a work around

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I’m a novice and did many things (esp the latter half) according to my instinct/intuition and was not guided by any tutorial.
If anyone else faced the same problem and solved it in a different way, Please let me know. If any pro’s or Ubuntu/Linux Gurus find this stupid, please educate me further.
Recently I faced the first battle arising from the conflict between Windows and Linux. Thanks to Linux, I won it Smile .Let me give you a brief history of the problem.
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