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I'm going to be installing mandrake on a new computer (which i'm getting in a month or so), but because i'm impatient, i want to install it on my current computer and use it (along with windows) until i get my new computer.
My question is, after i get my new computer and install mandrake on that, i will have no need for it to be on my current one, so to remove it is it just a case of deleting the linux partitions and resizing the windows one so that it takes up the full space again?
If you have windows 98, you will need to restore the MBR with the command fdisk /mbr. If you have XP you need to boot up using the XP disk and get into the repair console and fix the MBR there. I believe the command is: fixmbr.