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How do you remove linux boot loatder ?
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In MSDOS (yes, I know is horrible) type
fdisk /mbr
This when LILO is in the MBR of your hard disk.
Check:
http://ftp.yggdrasil.com/bible/bible-src/lilo/user/user.html
for more information.
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