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Old 2nd September, 2006, 10:54 AM
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So as far as this folder is concerned. How do i get rid of it and make it so windows can use the entire drive again. Windows lists all the space on the drive as available, where as before i got rid of linux it only listed the windows partition as available space. Now it says that the drive has 40Mb of space, before it only said that 20Mb was available. Right now i just want the entire drive to be used for windows files. I will get around to Linux in the future sometime.
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