Killing a dual boot partition
Before you all think I am crazy and unpleasent words cross your mind about this question please read it all the way.
I have 2 laptops and my work one which is a dell vostro 1700 with sata drives, I dual partitioned the hard drive with xp and susie. I want to get rid of the linux partition and open up the space so I can reallocate it for xp. (Yes many of you are probably groaning now and hey it is what I need to do.)
But I have setup my second laptop to be a linux system. In doing this I figured that there was no apparent or logical reason for me to work off of 2 different versions of linux.
Can someone please direct me to the best way of removing my linux partition without having to go through a complete reinstall of xp.
Is it at all possible for this to be done, and if so HOW?