Removing Linux Partitions
I am Debian user, and in the future will continue to be one. I have a laptop with nothing but Linux installed, but I now need Windows XP as well.
So, my question is: how can I remove all the (Linux) partitions and create Windows partitions instead? I could easily use a boot disk and fdisk, but the problem is, I don't have a floppy drive to do this nor does the XP installation/system restoration disk have the ability to control partitions.
Are there any really small (Linux) boot CDs that I could use to access a very minimal console or something so I could just recreate my partition tables?
Ps. This could be done within linux, but the thing is, I need to remove Linux entirely and install XP on the beginning of the HD.