I have the following problem. I have windows xp installed on one drive, and had Redhat9 installed on another drive. Using grub I could decide to which system I'd like to boot. However, I wanted to replace Redhat by Slackware. The installation went a bit wrong (apparently the second cd contained errors) and now when I boot it still wants to start grub although it can no longer be found (the boot partition is no more...). For the moment I cannot boot at all, although the windows installation is still intact.
I'd like to enter windows so I can reburn the second cd again to make a proper installation. Is there a way to remove or evade grub so I can simply boot into windows again?
I tried to enter the recovery console and type 'fixboot', but this didn't work.
Thanks a lot,
PS I can always put my HD in another pc if necessary, to change the partitions from there, or download and burn the cd elsewhere to properly install Slackware. But I prefere a 'quick fix' if possible