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How do we cancel LILO?

Posted on 1998-06-11
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By installing DOS and LINUX in a hard disk,we can multiopen with LILO.
It appear LILO: and we choose one.
Before I found my computer wa bad and appeared "LI".
So I format my HardDisk,but "LI" always is exits.
How can I kill "LI"?
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by:ahoffmann
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have you used DOS's fdisk before formatting?
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If you are using DOS as an alternative OS then type : fdisk /MBR and your LILO will be out for ever.
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