At some point, nvidia also made chipsets (nforce 4 etc)..
Could be some sort of boot loader that was used to allow restoring stuff from a hidden backup partition (was used for running a recovery tool maybe).
Anyway, these are just ideas.. 🙂
Edit: Next time, you can also wipe track 0, too.
There are several tools, includind S0Kill: Re: IDE to Compact Flash as MS-DOS boot drive.
Fdisk /mbr behaves differently in DOS 6.x/7.x, so it might be not up to the task in some cases.
"People often recommend the undocumented DOS command FDISK /MBR to solve problems with the MBR.
This command however does not rewrite the entire MBR - it just rewrites the boot code,
the first 446 bytes of the MBR, but leaves the 64-byte partition information alone.
Thus, it won't help when the partition table has problems."
Source : https://www.win.tue.nl/~aeb/partitions/partit … es-2.html#ss2.7
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