Hi all, this is my first post to this forum.
When I first got my computer, I had the old 20 GB hard disk partitioned into 5 partitions, so that each would hold about 4 GB. Then my new 40 GB hard disk was partitioned into 2, so I had 20 GB on each partition. On one of the partitions, my main C Drive, I installed Windows XP Pro, which I am extremely pleased with. Even installed SP 1, without a hiccup. On the other 20 GB partition, I installed Windows 98 SE, on my D Drive, just in case I needed it.
Now, after almost one year, I figured out that the Windows 98 is useless to me, so I want to uninstall it, without affecting my data in either partition, or hard disk, in any way. But I don't know how to do this. Worse, I can't find any good information on how to go about it.
Once it's uninstalled, I also plan on destroying the partitions on my original 20 GB hard disk, and recombining the 5 partitions, into one solid hard disk again. Know how I can do this too?