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Uninstall Windows NT 5.0

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My machine has a dual boot between NT 4.0 and Beta version of NT 5.0. Now I want to unistall NT 5.0 ( and just want NT 4.0), how do i uninstall NT 5.0
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by:TSauer
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You can Start with the NT 4.0 Version and delete the NT 5 Beta Dirs, but your system is converted to a new Version of NTFS, this is not possible to change (as far I know).
And with the new NTFS, NT 4.0 have big probs...
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by:Lischke
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It's not just that. NT5 installs also an own boot loader and you can only get rid of it by reinstalling (reparing) NT4.

Ciao, Mike
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Change BIOS so that it boots to CDROM, put NT4 CD in, reboot. Direct NT 4 to load to disk/partition that NT 5/Win 2000 is on, let NT 4 format that disk/partition, then terminate install when it's done.  
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by:Bob Stone
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ADDENDUM:

You'll probably have edit boot.ini, it's in primary drive's root directory. Can be done from DOS prompt on in NT. From DOS prompt you must do 'attrib boot.ini -r' first to edit, then '+r' when done. or in (R) click Properties menu in NT.
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