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Old 07-17-2004, 07:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Boot into WinME with GRUB Boot Loader

Hi all, I made a dumb mistake of trying to uninstall linux by deleting the partitions and then remaking a normal windows partition, then formatting that drive. Originally it was a dual boot system, it had Win ME and RedHat 9. I got a new machine and that has RH9, and I want to use the old machine for windows. Now everytime I boot up the computer, it brings me to the old GRUB Boot loader. I used the GUI interface, which was much easier to understand, but I'm guessing that went away when I formatted the drive.
Also, unless I left one partition out, the Boot Loader must have installed on my MBR...

So, can someone please tell me how to use the GRUB loader to boot windows? I have no idea how to use the text version. Also, if it did install onto my MBR, how would I remove/fix it?

All help is greatly appreciated, thanks.
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