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Old 06-02-2003, 10:15 PM   #16
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what is LILO, also how do i uninstall linux and install say windows. can i uninstall linux without a linux cd. thankz for all your help.
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LILO is a program that allows you to choose which OS to boot (for example: Linux or Windows). Usually it prints a menu at boot.

There's no 'uninstall' for Linux. When you delete Linux partitions and bootloader (fdisk /mbr from a DOS/Windows boot floppy) it's removed.


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