Hello, I have this 200GB hard drive as my primary drive and 40GB WDC drive as a secondary drive. The 200 runs Windows XP professional. I wanted to try Ubuntu. So I booted from the secondary drive. The primary drive is also connected to the machine. Inserted the Ubuntu installation and installed on disk 2. All is well. But the installation did a annoying thing. It installed a menu (list of OSs available) on the primary HDDs boot record. It installed Ubuntu as the primary OS in the menu and this is annoying. I can't find a way to remove that. If I format both the drives using the WD CD (that came with the retail 200G drive), will it get rid of all the things in the boot record so that I can re-install OSs separately? I have read on some other forums that people loosing their whole drive being unrecognizable. This 200G is brand new and just 1 month old. Please help me do the right thing. Appreciate your help on this matter.