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Old 08-03-2006, 12:35 AM   #1
jasdeep_js
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MBR deleted,how to rewrite GRUB in it?


hi,
2 days back i formatted my C drive on which windows 2000 professional was installed.My Linux rh9 is installed on my E drive.
Now after formatting C drive, GRUB was no longer in the MBR,so i made a grub boot floppy by copying the stage* files and i am able to log into my linux using the boot floppy.
Now the problem is i don't know how to rewrite GRUB into MBR and it doesn't sound good to use the boot floppy everytime i log into linux.
So how to get around with this problem?

How to rewrite GRUB into the MBR again?

Thanks
JAS
 
Old 08-03-2006, 12:38 AM   #2
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An rpm package of Grub came along with your RedHat9, so reinstall it and re-configure it to include Windows. That should work.
 
  


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