Question about reformatting Windows 2000 with Windows 2003 Server software
Posted on 2004-03-24
I'm trying to install Windows 2003 Server software on my computer which has Windows 2000. I thought that during the installation process, it would "reformat" my hard drive. It's not doing that. It just lists the C drive and how much of it is being used. Obviously there's not enough left to be used by Windows Server program. I asked it install it over the C: drive. It refuses to do so, saying there are system files. I cannot install it over and am not sure what to do.
I want to be able to reformat the hd so I can install my Windows 2003 software. How do I do that? Is that the only way I can do it? I'm not too good around computers...any help would be greatly appreciated..........
I didn't realize that I was supposed to assign the points of difficulty until now. I think this is an easy question, is it not? Because all it requires someone to tell me how to reformat my hard drive.......within 2000 Windows.....which should be "easy", right? This is the first time I've ever posted... so please don't get mad if I've assigned too little points...