Re-do MBR will do fine. The grub on the / partition is fine where it's at; it will just be ignored, which harms nothing.
OK, I start the Re-do MBR and get the following msg: "The bootloader configuration of the chosen partition will be displayed. You can edit the configuration and save your changes. You will be asked if you want to recreate your bootloader."
I assume it's picking the right partition. I then click OK and get the following menu.lst file:
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kernel (hd1,5)/boot/vmlinuz BOOT_IMAGE=linux root=UUID=554163b4-5336-4e5e-91a8-48483cf93946 acpi=on resume=UUID=cbca793f-6103-4866-8b17-be724f53a140 splash=silent vga=788
kernel (hd1,5)/boot/vmlinuz BOOT_IMAGE=linux-nonfb root=UUID=554163b4-5336-4e5e-91a8-48483cf93946 acpi=on resume=UUID=cbca793f-6103-4866-8b17-be724f53a140
kernel (hd1,5)/boot/vmlinuz BOOT_IMAGE=failsafe root=UUID=554163b4-5336-4e5e-91a8-48483cf93946 failsafe acpi=on
Do I have to edit this file? Since I don't know what I'm doing, I closed this out and got msg "Do you want to reset your bootloader? I'm not sure if this is where I should click YES, but I clicked NO for now.
Eagerly awaiting further instructions. Thanks