troubleshooting Question

Boot winxp from grub command line

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Hiya. I've done something a bit silly. A while ago I dual-booted fedora with winXP on seperate partitions. I was using grub to boot, so I could choose between the two at boot time. Recently I was running out of hard disk so I used a gparted live CD to delete the fedora partition and grow the windows partition to fill the whole hard drive. But I forgot Grub would still be in the MBR.

So now when I turn on my computer I get a prompt that just says "grub >". I tried using my windows xp cd to repair the windows installation but it didn't help. I guess the windows installation is perfectly healthy just sitting there waiting to be booted, but I have no idea how. Could someone please help me?

Robin.
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