Can't boot after removing Mandrake install disk
Really hoping someone can help me with this. I have Mandrake 10.1 installed on a second hard drive in my Windows XP box and was happily dual booting between the two. Today I bought a large internal disk to copy a lot of my Windows stuff onto and so I removed the drive containing Mandrake and tried to boot to Windows (Windows was set as my default OS in Mandrake Boot Loader tool) with the new disk installed in place of the Mandrake disk.
However, with the Mandrake hard disk removed, Windows fails to boot at all - I get half a screen of 01 01 01... etc. at the point in the boot process where the blue Mandrake "choose your OS" screen used to appear.
I then reinstalled the Mandrake disk, booted to Mandrake and removed all the Linux options from the boot tool, leaving only Windows. Now I've made it worse because Windows still won't boot without the Mandrake disk installed and I can't boot to linux to try to fix the problem because I've removed it form the boot list!
Any ideas? How do I stop my computer from looking to boot from that disk?