martin.hopkins at insignia.com
Mon Jan 15 12:42:10 GMT 2001
>>>>> "Ben" == Ben H <bens_lists at mailandnews.com> writes:
Ben> anyone know a cunning way of removing the boot0 boot loader from a disk?
Ben> i cant use fdisk /mbr as it's a SCSI disk and isnt seen.
Ben> i can use /stand/sysinstall as it's now got linux on it (dont ask).
Ben> i tried booting off the CD, using configure menu, fdisk, selecting standard
Ben> boot loader and nowt really happened?
Ben> any ideas?
You might be able to run boot0cfg from a fix-it shell. I think on an
installed system /boot/mbr is a standard MBR so you'd use something
boot0cfg -B -b /boot/mbr
I can't try this right now and it may nuke your machine. If you've
got an installation take a look at the manpage for boot0cfg(8) (or
Hope this helps...
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