Killed Grub on former Dual boot sys
Ok, I had my other computer partitioned with a small FAT partition for the boot at the begininng of the disk, then a windows XP part and a smaller linux partition. The bootloader was Grub, and would work fine to boot windows and linux, until I decided to use that computer just for windows and move linux elsewhere. I used a part. magic to remove the linux partition and expand my windows partion into the [now] free space. Now, this seemed to go fine, until I restarted my computer and just get the word "Grub". I guess it was stupid of me to think it would be this easy, but I thought that would happen is that I would just get an error if I tried to boot to linux, but I realize now that I apparantly killed my bootloader. I was tring to use the Suse install to rewrite a bootloader on the the beginning of the disk, but couldn't seem to get it to work without actually installing linux which I can't really do anyways because there isn't much free space left (a couple hundred megs....I might be able to do something with that?) Anyways, if there is a boot disk type thing I can use that will just let me boot to windows that would help right now as a temporary solution at least.