Deleting my linux partition, Help.
My Fedora Core 4 cd's came in the mail yesterday, and I got to work installing. I deleted my windows partition and used all my hard drice space for the linux one. However, I can't use my embedded wireless card (laptop) and I can't get on the internet with linux. School is starting and I can't not have internet on my computer.
So I pop in my windows cd and try to install it, but a messege box appears and tells me that I don't have enough room on my hard drive. Then it says to insert my system cd (another cd i got in a pack of four with my laptop) which I do, and that cd tells me to insert my windows cd and so on and so forth, in a neverending cycle.
I'd love to stick with Linux, but I have no idea how to use it, it's like speaking a foriegn language. My new plan was to install windows over the Linux partition and use a copy of virtual pc that I aquired from a software developer to install on that. But I can't install windows due to my linux partition being to large.
I've tried using Disk Druid to delete the partition but that doesn't work either. I've run out of ideas and have decided to ask someone here who I'm sure knows exactly what to do. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.