Re: Problem with windows partition
By default lilo creates a backup of the boot sector in /boot
so if you use lilo -u or -U /dev/hda1 it should restore it... If you
read thru the lilo man page it will tell you more...
Its rescued me on one or two occasions...
On Tue, 2002-02-05 at 23:00, William Lacy wrote:
> I installed debian on a desktop computer and for some reason although I
> chose "make a boot floppy" the install script wrote "grub" the the mbr
> of /dev/hda. I was stuck in a place with nothing but some debian cds,
> but I digress. I tried to load lilo but I messed up and typed
> boot=/dev/hda1 instead of /dev/hda. So apparently I lost my partition
> table on /dev/hda1 which had several extended partitions with win xp and
> God only knows what all.
> Any help on how to get my partition table back for /dev/hda1 would be
> greatly appreciated.
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