MS-DOS: "Unable to write BOOT"
I tried searching for this problem and didn't find anything, so bear with me if it's come up before.
I recently installed Linux on one of my hard drives, but now want to return it to a Windows hard drive. I used MS-DOS's FDISK to delete the Linux partitions and make a new DOS partition. When I formatted the drive, it sucessfully formatted it but then came up with the error message:
"Unable to write BOOT"
Does anyone know how to fix this? Should I use a Linux-native FDISK program?