Ritesh Sinha sinha.k.ritesh at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 13:56:08 GMT 2009

If you need a quick fix to get windows xp back, you can always boot
from any xp cd, go to the recovery console and type fixboot and
fixmbr. Mind you, this will get rid of GRUB from the master boot
record. It will not affect the installed Ubuntu OS. You can later
reinstall GRUB and experiment more. In the future, you might want to
create a backup first.

On 12/19/09, Swapneel Patnekar <linux at eth1.in> wrote:
> On 12/19/09 6:49 PM, saurav paul wrote:
>> Now ubuntu had been sucessfully installed but when i selected windodw
>> xp from the boot option it is not opening.the 100 gb partition where
>> the windows was previously instaled is been made inactive.
> What happens when you select the Windows entry at the GRUB boot menu ?
> Can you provide the error/messages etc ?

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