Need to wipe SuSE off an old hard drive
I'm in the process of donating an old computer to charity. The computer is an old Pentium 166 MHz with a 2 gig hard drive with SuSE 7.0 installed. The place I'm donating it to has asked that I get rid of Linux and put Winblows back on it. I did a bit of Googling and did find a few instructions on how to delete a Linux partition on a dual-boot system, but this disk contains only Linux.
My questions are:
- Is there a way I can delete Linux without having to erase everything on the hard drive?
- Is there a simple set of instructions somewhere that I could use to achieve my goal?
Sorry for what may seem like simplistic questions on my part; I managed to install Linux on this old computer, but I never really got a chance to dig in and use it the way I had originally intended.
Thanks very much in advance for your help and patience!