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> Eliminate Linux Mandrake Boot Menu
Dexter
post Jun 30 2003, 10:29 PM
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Recently i have installed the mandrake linux. everytime i boot my laptop, it's will prompt out one menu that ask you to choose the OS. Now after i delete the linux OS, the menu still pop out. Do you know how to eliminate this boot menu?
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chrisw
post Jul 1 2003, 09:25 AM
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you should just have to fdisk your master boot record by typing
the following fdisk /mbr

but it might be a little different if you are running xp


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michaelk
post Jul 2 2003, 04:39 PM
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Additional info.
The fdisk /mbr command is with a windows 98 CD or emergency boot disk
If using XP then boot using the install CD to rescue mode and run command
fixmbr.
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