Manish Gupta m.gupta11 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 14:21:49 GMT 2009

I have personally been benifitted by what ritesh just said. Try that
out and you might live to tell the tale.

You have not enlightened us with ne error messages that u r getting.
Please do that. It will help us to help you.

On 12/19/09, Ritesh Sinha <sinha.k.ritesh at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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