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Re: Removing Grub

El Viernes, 7 de Septiembre de 2007 06:44, Rick Bilonick escribió:
> Unfortunately, I have to re-install Windows (from the Toshiba backup
> disk for the computer) on a system that was running Fedora Core 6. I
> deleted all the partitions, made a new partition, and formatted as NTFS.
> But when I boot from the back up disk, after awhile "GRUB" appears in
> the upper left hand corner of the screen and the install stops. I know
> this is not a Windows mailing list, but I don't understand why GRUB
> appears and I can't re-install. I don't see any partition for grub. How
> can I get rid of grub?
> Rick

Go to the Windows recovery console (pressing R) and just type:


That should remove grub from your system.


Manuel Arostegui Ramirez.

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