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RE: Uninstall gnu-grub?

From: jackie sparks
Subject: RE: Uninstall gnu-grub?
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 20:22:46 -0500

Maybe this will help you?

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> Subject: Uninstall gnu-grub?
> To: address@hidden
> From: address@hidden
> Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 03:28:40 +0000
> Hello,
> I have an eeepc1005hab and it came with windows 7. I decided to dual-boot windows 7 with BackTrack 5 which uses Ubuntu and and Gnu-Grub. Just recently I decided to restore my computer to factory settings. I did this once before without a problem before I had Backtrack 5. The computer itself comes with the recovery mode tool to do this, since the computer does not have a physical disk drive to begin with. Now with gnu-grub I cannot go into recovery mode like I wish. Instead, it will show the letters "Recovery mode selected" but immediately go grub. Oh and by the way my version of grub is 1.98.
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