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If you get a boot disk floopy you should have no worries, most likley your box is not booting to cd for some reason. Get to a dos prompt. Than ...
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    Just get a boot disk (floopy)


    If you get a boot disk floopy you should have no worries, most likley your box is not booting to cd for some reason. Get to a dos prompt. Than you could os should fdisk and delete your partitions and then run "winnt" Should be square from there.
    Hope this helps..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBeefNut
    I would like to know how to remove my linux partition so that I can put Windows XP on. Then put linux back on. Any help would be very apreciated.
    in win2000 or XP
    use start->run and type diskmgmt.msc
    and then delete the partion of linux (it is mentioned as unknown)
    or use partition magic to delete this partition
    regards
    vijay.G

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    Quote Originally Posted by vijayroheth
    in win2000 or XP
    use start->run and type diskmgmt.msc
    and then delete the partion of linux (it is mentioned as unknown)
    or use partition magic to delete this partition
    regards
    vijay.G
    this thread is TOO much old. 02-03-2003, 01:23 AM
    do you think user still need any suggestion?



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