Win 98 takes up quite a bit of extra space on my pc, and I'd like to gain that back by removing this unused system.
Thank you in advance for your commentary/assistance!
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So I followed your instructions about wiping out the partition, and this is what happened when I chose to delete partition D. Can you give me more advice about Fdisk? Would it allow me to partition space differently? Couldn't I just put both systems on the same partition (C:), and live with it?
Or you could try explaining how to remove Win98 from the boot.ini, rather then formatting the drive. yes it can become a pain, and may need some duplicated steps, but can be explained to a low-intermediate user since settings can be reversed if a mistake is made without losing any data.
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