Hello all Until recently I dual booted with Win XP and OpenSUSE The hdd are partitioned: Primary : 133 GB NTFS, XP 100 GB NTFS Storage - extended partition Secondary: 107.4 GB Ext4 OpenSUSE - 35 Gb /, 4GbSwap, 68Gb Home 1289.7 GB NTFS Storage - extended partition I have found it necessary to wipe and reinstall XP which of course overwrote the mbr and I now no longer have OpenSUSE. I am unable to restore the mbr from within the live OpenSUSE dvd bacause I get the message ERROR Because of the partitioning, the boot loader cannot be installed properly. I the thought I would try the Boot Manager from within Paragon Hard Disk Manager Suite 12, version 10.0.19.15177 (27.02.12). The Boot Manager installed ok on the first hard disk, but on reboot I only had the choice of XP and uninstall Boot Manager. OpenSUSE on the 2nd hard disk was not picked up. Is this a limitation of the Boot Manager ? If so, is it likely that it will be addressed ?