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I just recently accuired a 90 mhz computer that was used as a network server.  I am new to those types of systems.  Infact, I've never used one, and nether has anyone else in my famly, so I'm in a jam.  I need how to completely wipe out the existing info on the hard drive so that I can load Windows 95.  This is a compaq prosignia 300 with 90mhz and uses Novell Software.

thanks for the help

P.S.- please explain in detail if you can.
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you can do it two ways
1) i would need to know what version of Novell you are running! in order to help you on removing Netware partitions
2) you can dl EZDRIVE from here http://www.westerndigital.com/service/ftp/drives.html#dlgtools
this is a very streigh forward program
and this would help you remove the partitions!
good luck
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