On Fri, 04 Feb 2005 20:57:43 +0000, ger <gerdono at eircom.net> wrote:
>> Boot lilo and windows boot sector look correct.
>> Your problem looks a little more serious. "Disk read error" Are you sure
> that this disk is fully functional as there may be a bad sector through the
> NTDLR file.
> Do not do a fixmbr or fixboot or else bye bye lilo !!
>I'm assuming u have a method of booting into linux without lilo, a
boot disk or recovery cd. Assuming that is true do a 'fdisk /mbr'
which will screw lilo, but assuming windows boots them get into linux
and 'lilo' the sys, if it goes back to the old state of linux boots
but windows wont, you need to recreate your lilo.conf, doesnt kde have
a gui tool for that?
 use the windows fdisk 
 Is there a linux version of 'fdisk /mbr'?
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