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How to Uninstall Windows XP Media Edition

How does someone uninstall Win XP Media Edition when the OS disc is not availible


Joe Karnis

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You may use any number.....

of methods to wipe a drive clean. Bootable floppies with FDisk aboard are still available free of charge. The real question is why?

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how to uninstall windows media edition

i only asked 1 question.

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One question perhaps,

but the possible answers are many.

That's the reason the question "why" was asked.

However, look up "How to create a boot disk", in Google, then "How to uninstall Windows".

Mark

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uninstall windows media edition

Mark
i am going to use these suggestions.

thanks

joe karnis

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You are not un-installing it you are deleting it.

You do not un-install an operating system. It is not like a program.
You delete, you format the disk, you delete the partition is on but you do not un-install it.

If you delete it you do have another operating system to put back in?

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