problem with partition
Date: Wed, 08 Sep 2004 15:11:36 +0200
I have a small problem with my computer and I would really appreciate
any help. The problem is I have a computer with linux and win2000. I
needed more space for windows and I deleted the linux partition from
windows. The problem is I do not know where the lilo was. So I am not
sure if I reboot the computer is going to start in windows or simply is
going to crash. does anyone know how can I be sure to point the mbr to
windows before I reboot or any suggestion?
Thanks in advance
P.S:please could you send your answer also to email@example.com?
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