[SOLVED] Removing Knoppix from HD
I downloaded the newest version (6.1?) and made a boot CD from the ISO. Since I wanted to try Knoppix on my Acer Aspire One netbook, I had an external CD connected and it booted and ran quite nicely.
Then, my intention was to create a bootable version on a USB thumbdrive. I found the menu item to do so, and this is where things went wrong.
Instead of installing Knoppix on the USB, it installed on the hard drive. I now need to know how to remove it from the hard drive, and be able to boot Windows again. Since I don't know what it really did when it installed to the hard drive and it's been a few years since I tried any Linux type OS, I am pretty much at a loss.
I can boot from the USB also, as I did make a USB bootable. However, I don't know where to go from here to eliminate or change what is on my hard drive.
This is an Acer Aspire One with a 160GB HD and 1GB RAM. I have looked at the files on the disc and it appears that everything is still there, but Knoppix has of course taken control at boot and comes up apparently without any other option unless someone can advise otherwise. I would appreciate whatever you can recommend. I am hoping I don't have to start from scratch, format and reload Windows and everything else to get this back to normal.