can't uninstall part of linux suse

Posted on 2003-03-19
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Last Modified: 2010-04-20
i keep getting a startup window of linux suse with 4 options
linux settings
memory test.

my question is how can i get rid of this window as i want to install windows 2000 without having this popup window. and don't say use partition magic
Question by:kenny240179
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naccad earned 200 total points
ID: 8167823
If what u want is simply to get rid of linux totally
and install win2k just use a dos boot disk and type
fdisk /mbr

this will remove the linux boot loader from the hard disk


Author Comment

ID: 8167961
nice one mate that worked
got me out of a whole lotta trouble there
i owe you one

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