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I'm having problems with removing Linux from my system...

By frd_ver ·
I have a disk of Microsoft Offive xp small business (2002 version) and am hoping to install it instead of linux. I got the boot order right but when my system tried to run the CD it gave the message "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER". What should i do?

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Let me see if I understand

by The Scummy One In reply to I'm having problems with ...

you are trying to replace the Operating System with MS Office?
And you cannot figure out why it wont boot to the Office CD?

MS Office runs on MS Windows, it is not an Operating System, Also, the disk shouldnt be a boot disk, which is why it gives a boot error.

If you want to correct the problem, go get Windows XP to install onto your system. Then you can install Office

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That is what it sounded like to me

by seanferd In reply to Let me see if I understan ...

I think you have it pegged.

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Yeah that happened to me once too

by Slayer_ In reply to Let me see if I understan ...

I thought the damn thing was an OS, turns out its just a badly named version of Office.

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Why don't you keep Linux

by Jacky Howe In reply to I'm having problems with ...

and install Open Office. It's compatable with M$ software.

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problems with removing Linux from my system

by arvind In reply to I'm having problems with ...

You should try windows 2000 server cd

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