I have a machine I deployed EEPC 6.2 to that is a dual boot XP and Linux laptop using GRUB. After the disk was encrypted I rebooted and after authenticating at the McAfee spash screen and selection the XP install in GRUB I get the message:
"Windows NT has found only 0K of low memory. 512K of low memory is required to run Windows NT. You may need to upgrade your computer or run a configuration program provided by the manufacturer."
Both of the Linux distros boot fine but Windows keeps giving me this error message. Googling didn't help much, any tips which way to proceed?
It's not possible to use GRUB to dual boot an encrypted machine, as neither GRUB or EEPC supports relocation.
You'd have to set it up to use the built in EEPC boot manager, which requires each OS to be on a separate primary partition.