OK, I've been a bit too hasty and got my self a problem here.
My computer was, until this morning, partitioned with a windows partition, a linux partition, plus linux swap partition and linux boot partition. Linux distribution is Fedora Core 1.
I was using GRUB (installed with Fedora), to let me boot either windows or linux. (GRUB was in the MBR, and booting to Linux or chainloading to Windows)
Since I've found the distribution very awkward and i've hardly used it, I decided to get rid of it. Using paritionmagic (windows program), I deleted all three of my Linux partitions. Being a fool
, I didn't realise that deleting the Linux Boot partition would stop windows from booting. So, GRUB clearly stores the info with which to boot windows on that partition.
Fortunately, I can still boot into windows, using GRUB commands:
This works fine, and I'm using windows on that PC now.
But, I don't want to enter this every time I boot my computer, and other people use the computer who will quickly become annoyed by this.
So, I'm looking for a way to either, leave GRUB in the MBR as it is, but run those commands automatically when I boot my PC, or, preferred, to replace the MBR with something (ie. the default) that will boot to windows with no problem.
Many thanks if you can help!