That would only work with fat32 not with ntfs. If he is running ntfs then it would not even see a hd. That is one reason not to use dos / win9x utilities to install nt based os.Originally posted by roban:
You can also use a Win98 bootdisk. Boot without CDROM support and at the "a" prompt type format c:
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