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i have xp and fedora on two seperate hard disks and am using grub as boot loader. i need to remove the linux hard disk but without it, my comp ...
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    removing boot loader


    i have xp and fedora on two seperate hard disks and am using grub as boot loader.

    i need to remove the linux hard disk but without it, my comp will not boot and it shows grub hard disk error.

    i need a way to remove grub from taking over my booting and remove linux so that only windows drive is left to boot into....at least temporarily.

    is there any way i can do that?

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    boot from windows install cd, enter the recovery console and type:
    Code:
    fixmbr
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