How to alter Master Boot Record from Windows XP Recovery Console so that it points at an
extended Linux partition instead of a NTFS one it is pointing at now?
My MBR used to point at
extended partition and every time I powered on a Linux loader started where I could choose to start my Ubuntu.
After a failed Windows XP installation my hard drive's MBR is pointing at the NTFS, which contains currupt Windows XP that won't start.
How do I change MBR back to the state when the booting process proceeds from the Linux partition.
Windows XP recovery console from its installation CD is the only one tool I have right now. It has
fixmbr command, but it seems only to be able to fix a corrupt MBR, so it can't change MBR to point to another partition.
Is there any way to change MBR with WinXP recovery console?
UPD: I can also rephrase the question like this: "How to change boot parititon under Windows XP recovery console?"