troubleshooting Question

After removal of Linux hard drive, XP will not boot

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I'm new to Linux and after installing CentOS on a second hard drive, grub.conf allows me to boot from either drive.  But when I removed the Linux HD, I got a message when trying to reboot with XP : "GRUB hard disk error" and it died.  Returning the HD brought back both OSes.

Can anyone help me to fix this?  Isn't there a way to temporarily alter the XP files to skip Grub?

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