[ubuntu-uk] Grub on Windows machine

Gargoyle g at rgoyle.com
Tue Jan 2 18:57:31 GMT 2007

You should be able to boot from your XP installation CD, and choose  
the recovery console. Once you are at the recovery command prompt,  
type "FIXMBR" to put the default windows boot program back onto the  

See here (http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/ 
t-6036.html) for a similar problem with Red Had / Fedora. I was going  
to see if there was a similar thread in the ubuntu forum, but it's  
offline at the moment.

(aka Gargoyle)

On 2 Jan 2007, at 17:14, Keith Bowerman wrote:

> I have more than one computer and the one I'm typing this on is a
> Windows XP computer with an Ubuntu partition.
> However, I have decided that I would prefer to have the two OSs
> completely separate, particularly as all my computers are wirelessly
> networked.
> Can anyone advise me if there a recommended method to uninstall  
> Ubuntu,
> or does one merely delete the partition?  Also, how does one delete  
> the
> Grub menu afterwards?
> Cheers,
> Keith.
> -- 
> Keith Bowerman,
> Prestwood, South Staffordshire, England.
> Using Ubuntu 6.06
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