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How to Remove Windows 98 When It Is Part of a Dual Boot with Windows 2000
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This article was previously published under Q285480
This article describes how to remove an operating system, such as Microsoft Windows 98, that has been configured to dual boot with Windows 2000 Professional.
To remove Windows 98, start Windows 2000 and then delete the folder that contains Windows 98 (by default, this is the C:\Windows folder on the local hard disk).
NOTE: If there are any programs installed in Windows 98, you may want to uninstall these programs before deleting the folder.
You also need to manually edit the Boot.ini file to remove Windows 98 from the list of boot options.
To edit the Boot.ini file: