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how can i remove the linux multiboot using fdisk?

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i know the dos fdisk with a unknow parameter can clear up the multiboot of the linux on master boot sector. can anyone here help me by given me the parameter.


thank for advance
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the command
'fdisk /mbr'
will rewrite the master boot record to boot only to windows/dos.  If you do not wish to run Linux anymore, you can use this command to have your master boot record boot directly to your windows/dos partition.
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