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Automatically delete and partition  in unattended

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I have a Win2k boot CD and would like to basically put the CD in and have it automatically remove the existing partition and use my winnt.sif info.
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Look at AEFDISK from www.aefdisk.com.  This is shareware (limited eval available) but reasonably priced.

Microsoft's DELPART.EXE can clear all partitions off the disk, but I've not found anyway to automate its actions.

Partition Commander, Partition Magic and Norton Ghost all have commercial products that will address your need.  But I would suggest looing at AEFDISK first before spending lots of money.
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