I have a single ide disk, on which Win98 is installed, and 2 scsi disks,
one of which contains my Red Hat install. The ide disk came with
Ontrack Disk Manager DDO installed. It is completely unneccessary in my
system, and I would like to remove it.
Here's what I've done:
In linux, I tar'ed entire contents of the ide drive (hda1) to the spare
scsi disk (sdb1).
Then I booted windows off a startup floppy, ran fdisk on the ide drive,
removed the one existing partition and created new partitions.
I rebooted the computer, again off the windows startup floppy, and ran
format /s onthe ide drive.
Then I went back to linux (booting off a linux boot floppy), and copied
the contents of the tar file I created back tot he primary partition of
the ide drive.
What do I have to do to remove it?