hello. my disk layout was looking like this: [ pri: drive c, ntfs ]|ext:[ drive d, fat32, 30 gb | drive e, ntfs, 4gb | linux swap 512 | linux ext3, 2,5gb ] after a few successiful attempts to resize my partitions, being impressed how it was done on-the-fly, i needed much more space on the linux partition. so i did the following: - resided partition D:, - moved E: to the beginning of unallocated space after D: - deleted swap/linuxext3, and created new ones. i knew, that my windows wouldn't load after such operration, as grub installed on mbr lost all the necessary information. i gave it a try. PartitionExpert rebooted my computer and in the console began the process. after a while i saw my computer rebooting, so I thought that it has finished processing my drive. i began installing linux once more. but i needed to get fast to my windows. so i issued a command from msdos prompt: fdisk /mbr. my windows booted and began loading. but it didn't load the system, yet showed the console, as it would like to repartition again. i saw the 'acronis partition expert' message.. then after displaying info about analyzing partitions it hanged. now i cannot use my windows, because partitionexpert blocks it on every boot. is there a posibility to disable loading it at startup manually? or by modifying some files on my drive? thanks.