Nothing specific to carputers but i had a question. sometimes when you go through the install of multiple OS' on a hard drive, the drive's MBR becomes filled with junk. this results in a drive not being able to boot to a particular OS.
in the past, i used to use a windows 98 book disk and run fdisk /mbr <- which deletes all the junk and generates a new master boot record on the hard drive.
im wondering is there a newer way of doing the same task? i still have 98 boot disks (a boot cd actually) but im wondering if there is any other way to accomplish this.
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