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Reformatting Hard Drive help needed

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I need to reformat my hard drive and I really don't know how to do it. The computer is currently running Windows 2000 pro and I want to put windows 98 se on it. I got rid of any files I wanted already so I'm not concerned with whatever data is left on the drive. The drive is 9.3 gb. Right now I can only access windows through my brother's restricted user account because I :whistling: ahem... forgot my password to the system adminsitrator account. Hope you can help.
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the guide is for a windows xp disc, but the same holds true for windows 2000
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