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How would one do this without ms-dos. My laptop didn't come with the OS re-installation disc, and none of the windows xp discs I've got lying around will let me ...
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    How would one do this without ms-dos. My laptop didn't come with the OS re-installation disc, and none of the windows xp discs I've got lying around will let me use the repair function. Would Freedos work for this? and if so does freedos install and wipe out w/e you have on the same hdd as it's on? I just want my comp back to windows and a empty hdd and not have grub.

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    you can use SuperGRUB CD to remove GRUB. download its .iso image, burn it to disk and boot from it. remove GRUB from MBR.
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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