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Re: [vox-tech] BLASPHEMY (i.e., removing Linux from a dual-boot system)
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Re: [vox-tech] BLASPHEMY (i.e., removing Linux from a dual-boot system)



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On Monday 27 October 2003 03:20 pm, Trevor Lango wrote:
> It is not necessarily a bad thing that LILO is still "lurking" on the
> computer - you could simply re-configure LILO to boot Windows automatically
> (assuming it is already booting your Windows partition with ease); i.e. you
> would not be presented with a screen at bootup and you would not have to
> worry about Windows not booting at all by altering your MBR. (I have had
> many a headache with dual-boot where Windows refused to boot after mods)

Does Microsoft Outlook now not properly quote the previous email when a reply 
is sent?

That being said, I'm pretty sure it's not possible to reconfigure LILO once 
linux has been removed. However, if you know how to do it, please share.

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