Re: How to remove Boot block
The fastest way to remove the master boot record (I assume that is what
you want) is to use a MS_D*S boot disk (sorry, I've carvoted with the
opposition in times past)
Boot the machine with the boot disk and run "fdisk /mbr" to clear the
record, you will then have to run reinstall lilo (simply by running it)
On Tue, 3 Mar 1998, Bob Clark wrote:
> Pascal MIQUET wrote:
> > I've install Linux with LiLO as super boot block.
> > I'd like to change it and make only LiLO for my LiNUX partition.
> > How can I remove this kind of information on ms SCSI PS/2 boot disk !
> > Thanks for your help.
> I don't understand what you are asking. Post your
> /etc/lilo.conf file and your partition information. If you
> want to revert to your old MBR or reinstall a DOS boot
> record then there are a couple of ways to proceed. Do you
> want to keep Linux on your machine?
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