Re: Install Abort
On 03/05/2012 06:37 PM, Andrei POPESCU wrote:
You didn't say what else is on the laptop. If it's Windows, put in the
Windows setup disk, and do a repair, or whatever
they call it. It will rewrite the mbr so that Windows (and nothing
else) boots. If you have already partitioned the drive
to make room for Debian, and the partition has Debian stuff on it, you
can use GParted to reformat that partition into
On Lu, 05 mar 12, 02:42:09, FNU LNU wrote:
i was about to instal debian into one of my laptops and then chose a
different laptop at the last second...i had already installed my
debian cd when i realized i was on the wrong laptop...now everytime i
turn on my computer the first screen that pops up prompts
install.....is there a way to kill this install or do i have to
install the program and then uninstall it??...
Did you perform some steps from within Windows? If so then go to
Add/Remove Programs and remove Debian entry.
Hope this helps,
an NTFS partition, so that Windows can use it as a D:\ drive.