> Hey there everyone! I'm not sure if I'm in the write group and so if
> my question is off base please help redirect me, thanks.
> My problem is that I have an extra entry in my Boot Manager list.
> Currently I have listed;
> 1. Windows Vista (TM) Home Edition
> 2. OpenSuse Installer
> The second option does not work and is left over from an installation
> crash of OpenSuse10.3. I have been trying via the BCDedit.exe program
> with absolutely no luck. I'm wondering if OpenSuse wrote to a legacy
> boot format and now Vista can't access it to delete it. If anyone
> knows how to completely rebuild my bootsector I'd greatly appreciate
> your help. I have tried:
> bootrec /Fixboot, /FixMBR, /RebuildBCD one at a time of course.
> Thanks again for any help you can provide.
You might boot your Linux install DVD, select Repair, and let it repair
the Windows boot manager (fix MBR), if that is your boot manager. I've
done this several times, successfully. I normally use my Mandrake boot
CD to repair both GRUB and Windows boot records that arise from my Linux