"fdisk /mbr" will not destroy the OS, it will simply restore the windows
mbr as it was. Running fdisk and deleting a partition would however
destroy the OS (bu even then only if you format the disc afterwards).
Sure wasn't it SoloCDM <deedsmis at aculink.net>
sometime around Wed, 31 Jul 2002 10:48:16 -0600 said:
> I need to ask a question concerning this issue.
>> What if I don't want to get rid of the MBR -- it will destroy the OS
> on that drive. How do I remove lilo without the above fdisk
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