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shintoro_jin
Hello Everyone,
I was wondering if anyone could tell me how i could go about uninstalling Linux Redhat 7.2, or at least removing the boot loader, as it is the component I am having the most problem's with.
other Info: I am dual booting with Win Me.
I have 2 hard drives, a 4Gb and a 40Gb, the 40Gb is partitioned into 4 relatively equal partition's. 1 of which I am using for linux, and i am using the 4Gb for Window's.

Problem: Everytime I start window's the grub loader auto load's window's but give a "disk read failure" error.

I would greatly appreciate any help anyone can give.

Your's Sincerely
Shintoro Jin
chrisw
try using partition magic or equivelant to remove the non dos / windows partitions. after you reboot using a windows boot disk type

fdisk /mbr

that should take linux off your computer
Wicked187
Well, I would just use fdisk and toggle your bootable partition to the WinME partition... That would be the easiest way, unless GRUB is installed into the MBR...
shintoro_jin
Thanks,
Unfortunately Grub was installed to the mbr. But I will try the other method.

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