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- Sep 2004
Windows XP overwrite mbr - cant boot linux =(
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Re: Windows XP overwrite mbr - cant boot linux =(Originally Posted by Darkye
When you reinstall Windows, if F.U. your partition table layout, renaming even partition numbering (yes windows does that at times.)
Or you you made a type-O.
Have you tried using the find command ?---[ MS09-99896 - Vulnerability in All MS Windows OS ; Using Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution. ]---
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When i did this on SuSE, i jus put the install CD's in, went to manual installation and then in there somewhere there's a boot from hard disk option. select this, and select the / partition to boot from. Then when i'm into linux, i jus goto yast, and reinstall GRUB there we go, everything's sorted. U will need to reboot tho as some services will not startup off the install CD."I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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boot from the Mandrake 10 install CDs, hit F1 for more options, type "rescue", then once it loads, select reinstall LILO. simple as that.