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how do you uninstall rh5.0

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I'm getting a new hard drive that will be solely for linux since the partition it's on now is getting full.  I can't figure out how to delete the linux partition and reformat  to win/dos partion.  
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make a linux boot disk.  Then go into fdisk. Then delete the linux partions and change it back to a dos partion. The fdisk is very easy to use but if you need help post.

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I think there's an easier way using rh's disk druid but I'm not sure how
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