Re: Re: How would I remove SuSE Linux on a dual boot system with



Sparda
07-10-2005, 02:39 AM
"cheetahman" wrote:
> [quote:6cd8267575="Sparda"]Then you need to do this
> Remember that once you have delted all partions on that hard
> drive, only make 1 using the windows setup
> partionare.[/quote:6cd8267575]
>
> What do you mean by this

to repartion your harddrive, you will have to delete all partions
using windows set up partionar. However, when you are to make a nw
partion for windows to be installed on to only set it to half the disk
space, and then once this partion has been created using windows setup
partionar do not create any more, just finishes windows install, then
when you get round to installing SuSE, yast should see that you have
lots of free unpartioned space on the drive, and automaticly configure
the instlation process so that it it fills the remaining space on the
hard drive.


Re: Re: How would I remove SuSE Linux on a dual boot system with