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REmoving the LiLo under Win2k

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Hi,
I have the system running Windows 2000 and Linux. I need to remove the lilo. Under Win9x, I would simply do "fdisk /mbr", but under Win2k, I think it will kill also the Win2k boot-up. Any ideas?
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I think this is what you need:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q171/6/11.ASP

hope this helps.

-garisoain
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