On Wed, 19 Sep 2007 19:59:38 -0400, Muffin wrote:

> I am trying to set up a dual booted box. Xp is the legacy OS. I used the
> partition resizing tool that is apart of the 7.04 installer. I resized
> my partition and proceed to install Ubuntu without a hitch.
> I can not boot into xp any more. I have tried the recovery console and
> fixmbr with no luck.
> At this point I have removed Ubuntu with the xp disk.
> I was able to see my xp with fdisk -l but I have no idea now how to boot
> back into XP.
> I have downloaded sysresccd but can not find any direction on exactly
> how to repair this problem. There is a tool called mbr but I have no
> idea how to start it. I can not even find it on the cd i.e find / -name
> "mb*"
> Any help or guidance would be great. It would save me from reinstalling
> xp.

after "fixmbr" you did try "fixboot" too didn't you?