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Apr 00


The scenario I posed about an overwritten MBR was hypothetical. What I basically wanted to find out was, how to restore the Win 2000 boot loaded (O/S chooser) in the event it is overwritten. The answer appears to be (apart from using a third party bootloader like Powerquest’s BootMagic or even Lilo) using the Win 2000 emergency disk (or maybe the FIXMBR command Dennis wrote about). Thanks for everyone’s input. This is just useful stuff to know about in advance of it actually happening (as may happen when WinME comes out and everyone dual booting decides to upgrade from Win98).