Can ADD fix an MBR? And keep the partition table? I ran a script in Ubuntu tonight. It showed that I have Grub0.97 on my ZIP disk, and on my I drive. Do not know how they got there, likely 2+ years ago when I was messing around installing Ubuntu 7.04. And, I've got GAG in the MBR of my C drive. Again, that likely happened 2+ years ago. I got rid of the one on the ZIP drive by copying the files to new media. I've heard that there are programs for restoring an MBR, such as MBRFix. Which such programs are recommended? Or can I do this with ADD? To what state do they restore the MBR? Do they wipe out the partitions, or leave the partiton tables intact? I did not install Ubuntu 9.04 to an MBR. 2+ years ago, I may have inadvertently done so.