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Posted 08-30-2011 at 02:32 PM byTobiSGD Updated 08-30-2011 at 02:36 PM byTobiSGD
So you tried Linux in dual-boot with your Windows installation and after you deleted the Linux partition(s) your Windows won't boot anymore.
There is a simple fix for that, you have to just re-install your Windows boot-loader.
Boot the system from your Windows XP-CD, just like you booted the Linux-CD/DVD before.
Start the recovery/repair console (not the repair installation).
There was a period of around 12 years, I used Windows-based system, even a HTC handheld with Windows installed. I thought, and perhaps think even now, that Microsoft treats you as a teenager and act like a 'big bro' which is good when your primary business is not with devices. Linux, on the other hand, gives you more credit than Windows do. The main reason of my being with Windows platform was I focused on productivity, keeping aside my self customized environment.
* Alt-ctrl-ESC : Launch Xkill mouse point (next window you click, dies :)
* Ctrl-ESC : Launch Task Manager
* Alt-LeftMouse Button : Allows you to drag any window by moving mouse around freely
* Alt-RightMouse Button: Allows you to resize any window by moving mouse around freely
Emergency Global Keys
* Alt-Sys-E : send the terminate signal to all process
* Alt-Sys-I : stop all process (kill...