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Just make sure you have your computer set to boot from c.d, You can do that from in your bios : when the computer starts up hit delete (or whatever it says on your startup screen to enter setup),when you get in there look for boot sequence ,change to c.d first ,save then exit. you can use a bootable windows disk, let it enter setup ,delete the linux partitions, restart should be gone..If you are installing windows or not it is still the fastest way