So you want to remove fedora and install Suse. All you do is download the install cd's of Suse and burn them. Once you have the install cd's, put the first install cd and reboot the computer. If you don't have cdrom as the first boot device listed in bios then you would have to change it.
Once you do that...the computer will start from the install cd and you're off to using suse.
However, I don't agree with your view that fedora doesn't detect hardware automatically, most of the well known distros do an awesome job at autodetecting hardware unless you are using slightly harder ones like...slackware, arch or gentoo. If you are after hardware autodetection, nothing can beat ubuntu