Did you try starting up with a windows boot disk? See if that will at least start your windows os. Also there is a command to fix the mbr so that it will use windows as your os loader and load that baby on up. I believe the command to type with the prompt is fdisk /mbr or fixdisk /mbr. But surely someone will come here to correct me. It's different for windows os's other than xp and then with xp. So hopefully I at least got one of them. Basically I just wanted to add my input and see if you tried a boot disk to get windows to load. Good luck. Peace.
Last edited by LinuxBAH; 06-30-2003 at 02:42 AM.