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If this MBR mean, Master Boot Record, it's a DOS-alike thing.
You require a DOS or Windows 95 / 98 bootflop, containing the program FDISK (forgot if it was .com or .exe)
After booting you get the DOS-prompt which is text-based and looks like :
"A:>_" or "C:>_"
Now, in this case you enter the following: "fdisk /mbr"
So the DOS-prompt will look like :
"A:>fdisk /mbr" or "C:>fdisk /mbr"
Then you hit the ENTER-button at your keyboard and if DOS can find this fdisk-program, it will rewrite the master boot record of your harddisk.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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