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  1. #1
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    Feb 2003

    How do re-install my linux bootloader?

    okay, i just installed Fedora 10 on a tower, when i ran the install i did not realize i put the bootloader ona drive that i am going to remove from the machine (it was only in there so i could copy the information from it before getting rid of it, plus its an ide 350 gb) how woulld i go about re installing the bootloader to the correct drive so that i can remove this derive when nessacary. preferabley without having to re-install linux........

    thankyou all in advance.

    Never mind not really important now, the mother board decided to release the magic smoke putty. so thank you for looking and trying to help me.
    Last edited by Zelfaldor; January 31st, 2009 at 07:49 PM.
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    Phoenix, Arizona
    For those that come across this article and are curious. There is an article here that explains how.

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