how do I deinstall Linux

  bemuzed 22:07 11 Oct 05

I have been playing around with MEPIS Linux on my PC which dual boots with Windows Me. I wish to deinstall Linux (it did something to my MBR which I guess I have to undo). Any ideas on how I do this?

  woodchip 22:14 11 Oct 05

After you delete the Linux partition you will need to start with a Win98se boot floppy from click here tenth file from top after downloading double click the file with a Clean floppy in the drive, it will create the boot floppy. Start with the disc, at a:\ type FDISK/MBR press enter and dual boot should have gone

  bemuzed 22:18 11 Oct 05


  DieSse 22:29 11 Oct 05

That should be FDISK /MBR - note the space before the /

  woodchip 22:32 11 Oct 05

Does not need that on 98 as it's always worked without the space

  bemuzed 22:49 11 Oct 05

I did it witht he / and it worked fine. thanks

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