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SuSE Linux Partition Deleted, Duel boot

Posted on 2004-08-25
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I was duel-booting between WinXP & SuSE 9.0.  When logged into windows, I deleted the Linux Partitions.  It was using Grub to boot.  Now, the only way I can get into windows is bye using a boot disk. If I don't use the boot disk, it just goes to a dos screen and seems to be looking for Grub files.  How do I get rid of this so my Windows system will boot normally?  I'm new to linux, so I like to break things, and learn the fixes.
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knollbert earned 200 total points
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using cd boot into recovery mode
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fixmbr
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I'll try that when I get home.
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