A while ago I installed mandrake linux on my computer. I then formatted my fat32 partition, and installed win2k (i used to use win98). I then re-installed mandrake linux a bit later. I don't use linux much, andI really need the hard drive space.
I have partition magic, so I can just delete the linux partition and a 7mb "unpartitioned space" partition (that's what partition magic calls it). But I'm not sure win2k will boot properly.
I my partition has 7mb of "unpartitioned space", then 1.5gb linux, then win2k. If I delete the 7mb, and linux, and move my fat32 partition into it's place, win2k won't boot, right? So what do I do?
I found this on the microsoft site:
lilo -u /dev/hda
which does something.
Any help pls?