* Use a boot-up disk and go from there
* reinstall XP on the D: drive
Hopefully someone smarter will be along shortly.
Crabby, but Great Legs!
On Sat, 07 Jul 2007 05:12:26 GMT, "sagelybat" wrote:
|New laptop had XP on D: drive, and Linux on the C: drive. There is also an E:
|drive with XP Pro on it that I did not touch. Linux was giving me problems,
|and I wanted it gone. I thought it was a simple partition issue, so I
|deleted the Linux C: drive. Now, nothing will boot when computer is turned
|on. What can I do to get the d: drive as my default running system?
|eveything is saved on the D: drive that I need!
|thx in advance, plz respond asap