I got rid of it by using the XP's disk manager to blow out any partition of 'Unknown' type and then using the XP CD to start 'Repair' where I did an "FIXMBR" and then a "FIXBOOT C:" followed by "EXIT".
It seems that the 'order' in which the above is done really matters.
My system did not boot properly - it kept going into "GRUB" for some reason. I used a Gparted iso CD to boot and choose the 'Windows' option.
After that, I removed the Gparted CD and did a windows 'Shutdown'. The next time I started the PC, it went into the usual windows start up routine.
No more SUSE 11.2!!!
Thanks to all of you for your help.
Last edited by Robert.Thompson; 12-12-2009 at 03:49 PM.