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How to format my harddrive with UBUNTU?

I have a desktop running UBUNTU on it and I want to format it because I want to use WINDOWS XP. What is the easiest way to format my desktop so that I can install WINXP.

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  1. Cass | Nov 30, 2010 | Reply

    Boot into the windows XP install cd. Follow the instructions. When it asks what drive to install it on, select the drive you want to format and choose the format option. Done.

  2. james roy | Nov 30, 2010 | Reply

    you want to change your os from linux to windows? just enable your cd-rom booting in the bios and insert your windows cd then reboot or restart. you will be prompted to set or delete a partition and format your hard disk prior to installation of windows operating system. be sure that your windows os cd is bootable.

  3. gtxviper03 | Nov 30, 2010 | Reply

    do what cass said up above.

    put windows xp cd in, if you have it as a file burn it onto a cd, and then simply start the computer with the cd in, and it should boot up running itself, just follow step by step, it tells you what to do on screen.

  4. John | Nov 30, 2010 | Reply

    do all of above.. but if your disk is not bootable press f4 on start up to boot it.. well its f4 on mine, some times its f8.. after that follow all instrustions, and just make sure you deleate the partion that is already there first.. it should go in nicley then

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