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I know I shouldn't have forgotten this, but I have. I'm trying to install grub on the mbr where Windoze is residing. I've installed gentoo on another partition and can reach it with grub boot disks, no problem. I've somehow screwed up the mbr and
grub> setup (hd0)
is not writing to the mbr.
I have my old dos disks but the command fdisk /mbr isn't working.
What is the correct syntax for using fdisk from the floppy to fix the mbr of the first SCSI disk on the system?
I"ve done that. I'm actually working with disk copy (dd) of a working disk with a functional grub setup on the mbr, so I'm quite sure it's a corruption of the mbr and not my setting up grub on the mbr.