How to boot slackware without a USB drive?
Hi everyone, I've installed slackware and got a bit stuck so I hope someone can point me to info about how to sort it or give me some tips. Thanks.
Background: Before this I was using Ubuntu, but I decided to use slackware from now on. So I installed it using a DVD and using the setup program also formatted a USB drive since it asked if I wanted to. After this I could boot into slackware fine (including getting into KDE with startx) and I can shutdown using halt -r now. When I boot with the USB drive in it says "Welcome to the Slackware Linux custom USB boot stick!".
Problem: If I turn on the computer without the USB drive it goes into "grub recovery". I don't know what I should do if I want to boot the computer without the USB drive. I also don't know why GRUB is coming up because I thought it had installed LILO.
Sorry if it's a stupid question but I'm new at linux and a bit stuck so thanks again for any advice!