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I have just installed Ubuntu on a drive ( a different one from Hackintosh's drive) and I get a grub error now on each of my drives (gosh I hate grub).

 

I allready had this problem in the past but I can't remmember how I fixed it.

So could some tell how to remove the grub so that I get the darwin boot lader again ?

I thought that if I was setting the partition active it could fix it but it did not...

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thanks for answering but, I do't want to fix the grub, I just want to remove it from a disk on which linux is not installed.

 

I know it can easily be done but just can't remmember how to do it...

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It doesn't matter that you only have OS X installed, you still go through it the exact same way. It just removes GRUB, leaving things the way they were before.

 

Download this and burn it to a cd: http://sgd.howto-linux.de/download/binarie.../sgd_0.9588.iso

 

Then boot from it and go to Advanced->Uninstall GRUB->Restore Windows->2000/2003/XP (that's from memory so don't hold me to that.)

Although you should be able to figure it out if you have OS X/Linux installed.

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