I'm trying to remove my linux partition from my drive using fdisk (dos) but to no avail! I've tried ALL the options -- remove extended partition, delete Non-DOS partition, etc etc. BUT IT DON'T WORK! I know I've done this before, but I have a memory span of a goldfish -- I can't remember! What are my options? (ps: i don't have my rh-linux cd's anymore)
Why don´t you use linux fdisk... (It will be a suicide, but removing linux is already a crime ;-). Just login as root and run "fdisk". Option "m" will show you the help and option "p" will show you your
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