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> Problems With Grub, Boot Manager
post Jan 9 2003, 11:58 PM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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I have installed redhat 7.2 on my PC.While installing i chose the option of allowing the bbot manager GRUB to write in the there ne way that i can remove it from the MBR....plz help..
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post Jan 10 2003, 08:14 AM
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Its GNU/

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The best (and quickest) way to get rid of it is using DOS fdisk. This was included on Windows 95/98/ME bootdisks (if my memory serves me correctly). bascially, just bootup with the bootdisk to your command line (aka DOS) and type "fdisk /mbr" and that will clear your MBR. Don't have a bootdisk? Download one from the internet, they're everywhere.

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