The *easy* answer is boot off a dos floppy, using fdisk delete the partition.
Viola! nothing installed ;-)
Short of these drastic measures, what is it you wish to remove and what is the
impetus for such a request?
My three guesses are:
(1) You have a virus and can't get rid of it. In which case I would backup my
data and reinstall Windows.
(2) You have installed a peice of software that has screwed up your system,
(3) You are about to be fired and want to &^%&^% the former employer. In such
a case, I would use the fdisk solution but would also create and format a new
partition. It will take 5 Minutes with a properly configured boot floppy.
> Hey everyone!
> I'll make this short, but not necessarily sweet (hehehe!)! If ANYONE
> out there knows how one goes about erasing EVERYTHING that has ever been
> installed on my computer's hard drive, I would be ever so grateful (Not
> grateful as in "I'll give you my first-born", but as in "I'll add you to my
> Christmas card list" ... hehehe ... just kidding, folks!)!
> If you can help me accomplish this, PLEASE get back to me at
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