asdfgasdffg:

You have “win xp” installed on partition “C”, and then you installed “fedora” on “ext3” partition, and after you finished the “os-1 course” you decided to remove “fedora” by reallocating the “ext3” partition as “fat32” or “ntfs”. In this case your computer will not launch the “win xp”. It will just show you at startup a black screen with the word “grub>” Why this problem occurred? How to solve the problem using one DOS command? Where I can run this command from?

1 month ago
Ultrilliam:

I don't have much experience with this, but if I had to take a educated guess, I would assume that this problem occurred due to grub attempting to launch into a partition that didn't exist. Perhaps you could start the windows partition with this command "chainload (hd0,0)+1" in grub. As it sounds like your at the grub command line. This is from research I just did, as I said I don't really have much experience with this. So this is an educated guess from research I did.

1 month ago
sillybilly123:

Try del *.* or format C: Followed by “Y”

1 month ago
Ultrilliam:

Hardy har har....

1 month ago
sillybilly123:

🙄

1 month ago
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