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    Default How hot disinstall GRUB bootloader?

    Hello,
    I would like to uninstall GRUM bootloader...
    What I vede to do?
    Thanks.
    S.


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    Nuvolablu Guest

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    Default Re: How hot disinstall GRUB bootloader?

    Nuvolablu skrev:
    > Hello,
    > I would like to uninstall GRUM bootloader...
    > What I vede to do?
    > Thanks.
    > S.
    >
    You can try 'ms-sys' <http://ms-sys.sourceforge.net/> where you are able
    to create almost any MBR (Master Boot Record) you desire...

    --
    Best regards Jacob Tranholm <http://jtranholm.dk/>
    Favourite quote: "Observation statements and statements of experimental
    results are always interpretations of the facts observed." [Karl R. Popper]
    Jacob Tranholm Guest

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    Default Re: How hot disinstall GRUB bootloader?

    Jacob Tranholm wrote:
    >
    > You can try 'ms-sys' <http://ms-sys.sourceforge.net/> where you are able
    > to create almost any MBR (Master Boot Record) you desire...
    >
    Sorry I should of course have asked which boot loader you want to
    install instead. If you for instance want your WinXP boot instead, then
    the command is 'ms-sys -m /dev/hda', where I am guessing your boot
    loader i at /dev/hda.

    If you want to install LILO instead, take a look at
    <http://tldp.org/HOWTO/LILO.html>.

    --
    Best regards Jacob Tranholm <http://jtranholm.dk/>
    Favourite quote: "Observation statements and statements of experimental
    results are always interpretations of the facts observed." [Karl R. Popper]
    Jacob Tranholm Guest

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    Default Re: How hot disinstall GRUB bootloader?

    On Tue, 28 Feb 2006 23:48:13 +0100, Nuvolablu wrote:
    > Hello,
    > I would like to uninstall GRUM bootloader...
    > What I vede to do?
    > Thanks.
    > S.
    this only applies if you are dual booting with windows:

    if you want to go back to only windows, boot up your pc with the windows
    disk in the cdrom drive. then go to recovery mode from the windows
    install thingy. type this at the command prompt: fixmbr
    that will restore your mbr to windows original (it will just kill grub)

    cheers

    Ian O'Brien Guest

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