Run Linux fdisk and delete Linux partition(s). Then use Windows fdisk to
create a Windows readable partition. Two ways to do it. Install the HD
you want to remove ext2 partition from in the machine you have Linux,
boot it and run fdisk. Or use the Linux install diskete and go as if you
were going to install it. When it asks about partitioning, choose fdisk
and erase the partitions. Just be careful not to erase the wrong
> Hard Disk problem- can't change the ext format back to fat format!
> I had install my Linux on my second HD (slave). I change the HD to a bigger
> one. When I took the old HD out and put it into another PC (run window) the
> system can't find my HD (maybe because I had make the HD into ext format).
> Can anyone tell me who I can make the window find the HD?