Quoting Gareth Eason (bigbro at skynet.ie):
> Erm... forgive me if I misunderstand the problem, but is this not a
> typical case where booting from a DOS boot disk and issueing the command
> ~ "fdisk /mbr" will fix things? If you want a Windows only machine, this
> will replace the MBR and call the windows bootloader.
>> DOS boot disks and fdisk for DOS are available all over the internet
> (even though they probably shouldn't be, maybe?)
That's indeed what we used to use before the open-source "ms-sys"
project replaced it: http://ms-sys.sourceforge.net/
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