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uninstall winnt 40

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Hy there!
I've tried to uninstall winnt40. Dos fdisk doesn't 'see' the winnt partition, because it's a ntfs-partition. I can't reformat the parttion to fat, because winnt-format does't allow that for the partition winnt is on. I've also not found an uninstall.exe.
What else?
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Try to reinstall NT and during the setup choose "format  to fat" option over the NTFS partition; after  that when the files are being copied just interrupt installation; reboot DOS and you will have full access to the new FAT partition.
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