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Re: Help!

From: Ciprian Popovici
Subject: Re: Help!
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 08:54:00 +0200 (MEST)
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Quoting Razvan Raicu <address@hidden>:
> I installed Redhat Linux with grub as the boot loader.  Grub was
> controlling booting into Windows 2000 on my laptop as well as Linux.  I
> erased the Linux partition from within Windows 2000 Disk Management
> service.  Now when i boot up I am prompted with a command line grub>
> interface.  How do I make it to save my windows partition?

To boot Windows see the grub manual on the Web, basicly you have to:

grub> 2 "map" commands to simulate switching your Windows boot partition (hdx,y)
with (hd0,0). If you don't know x,y, grub has completion, press (hd[TAB]
grub> chainloader +1
grub> makeactive
grub> boot

I'm not entirely sure this is how it works for 2000, it did for 98. To get
rid of grub forever boot with a Win2K install CD, it should do it for you.

Ciprian Popovici

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