Question about Dell Computers & Internet
1) Boot from XP / Vista install dvd.
2) when prompted select "repair console" (or what's it called)
3) in the dos window type "map" -> you should see the list of your disks
4) now type "fixmbr [device_name]" where "[device_name]" is what the "map" command found for you and should be your primary drive.
Warning! This is a "in deep" operation and may cause data loss.
If you are not sure what you are doing - have a pro do it.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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