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Old 04-12-2007, 01:00 AM   #1
jurial
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How to uninstalling RedHat 9.0


Hi guys I have multiple systems installed in my PC
that is
1)WinXp 2003
2)RedHat 9.0
but I have my boat loader installed in RedHat 9.0
When I uninstall the Linux the Windows boat loader is not shown so please guide me in this regard how to over come this problem.
So please kindly help me and tell me the proper way to uninstalling the RedHat so that I could easily use windows as well without effecting it.
 
Old 04-12-2007, 01:12 AM   #2
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Boot the machine with a DOS floppy and run "fdisk /mbr". If you don't have a floppy, then use the Windows 2003 install CD, go into the Repair Console, and run "fixmbr".
 
  


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