I'll just write how it's done without any pretense that it's easy.
1. I delete the xandros partition.
2. I rewrite the MBR with XP's recovery console.
3. If I need to reclaim the disk space I boot up partition magic and merge the space back into the C: partition.
That's it. Just 3 steps that I'll decline to write in detail about.
For the non-technical owner the RESTORE CDs are likely the best choice after they make one more backup of what they can't lose.
Can anyone help with uninstall information for xandros 4.
I ran what I thought was a live demo disk of xandros 4. it wasn?t a live demo and the disk installed a copy of the programme onto my hard drive. If I find I don?t get on with the programme how do I uninstall it and get my disk space back.
I am not really technically minded and don?t want to mess with system files.
Widows XP Home, Acer Aspire 5102WLMI,50gb x2.
Can anyone help?