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There are two ways, choose which is suitable for you: 1) If you deleted a Linux partition and want to get rid of GRUB: - Insert your Windows CD. - In your BIOS settings, select boot from CD/DVD. - After the welcoming screen, type R (to enter the Recovery mode). - At the console (command-prompt/terminal) type: fixmbr - Everything should run fine after that. 2) If you installed Linux and have a problem with GRUB: - Insert your Linux distro CD. - In your BIOS settings, select boot from CD/DVD. - Enter the Live desktop and open a terminal. - Type: sudo grub -Type: find /boot/grub/stage1 (You might receive more than one location. Select the one you want to install GRUB onto) - Type: root (hd?,?) (Where "?" is the location you want to install GRUB) - Type: setup (hd0) (This is to install GRUB onto mbr) - Type: quit (To exit grub) - Reboot and everything should be fine.
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