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uninstalling redhat

Posted on 2004-10-31
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hi i have in my system win 98 and win xp and redhat and now i want to i uninstall redhat so does if the removed the redhat partion using the program diskmgmt.msc which is found in windows xp does redhat will be removed and stoped booting or i need to do another thing
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    by:NetworkArchitek
    Hi mzahdeh,
    Yes you can do that but the second issue depends on how you are triple booting. What kind of a boot manager are you using? If you are using boot.ini from XP then you can just take the linux line out of the equation. Otherwise you can do a fixmbr with XP from the recovery console if you are using GRUB.

    Cheers!
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    i have 2 booting the first one is from redhat and then after i use the dos the second boot come from boot.ini so how can i remove the redhat boot and what is the recovery console
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    boot up with your XP disc, choose "repair" and use the "recovery console." Log in then use "fixmbr"

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    and after that i can remove redhat partition with no problems?
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