Booting Problem

By kunal866 ·
I own Toshiba L300 note book PC. Which is preinstalled with vista. I installed Suse Linux 11.0 on new partition without modifying windows partition. Now I want to remove Linux from pc. If I format Linux partititon it will fails to boot windows since PC will start boot from linux partition that is currently empty. So what can I do so that my pc starts booting from windows partition instead of linux partition

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You need to remove Linux boot loader

by seanferd In reply to Booting Problem

LILO or GRUB, or whichever loader SuSE uses.

If it is already gone, you need to use a Windows install or recovery disk and use FixMBR.

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You could also try this

by Jacky Howe In reply to Booting Problem

<a href="http://neosmart.net:8070/wiki/display/EBCD/Recovering+the+Vista+Bootloader+from+the+DVD" target="_blank"><u>Recovering the Vista or W7 Bootloader</u></a>

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