Yes this sounds unconventional but here is the reasoning: I have Win98 on the home computer. Needed Win2K server for school. I installed it at home (in NTFS) on a partition of my harddrive. Now I get a free harddrive from school with Win2K server already on it and so I would like to dump Win2K from the harddrive that is already installed at home. I have been unsuccessful in using fdisk to remove the non-DOS partition. I don't really want to sit here copying over 20GB of data onto CDs just to reformat my entire harddrive (no DVD burner). I DO NOT CARE about the data on the NTFS partition. Can I just use software such as partition magic to do what I want?