Hard drive problem installing OSLocked
I just tried to install LINUX on a windows 98 system with the presumption that the install would first format the hard drive however it actually partitioned it and then crashed (I think because there was not enough space for LINUX to fit.)
Now when I put in any windows recovery CDs and floppys, they fail to install anything due to the hard drive being not in the correct format (eg not fat 16 or fat32 due to the linux partition).
I can’t get to C: on DOS promt to even try to type “format c:” because it says it’s an invalid drive.
Does anyone know how I can get to this? Perhaps writing zeros to the drive would get rid of the partition but I dont know how to even do that, especially without being able to get to c: on DOS.