Tolerance, good temper and sympathy — they are what matter really, and if the human race is not to collapse they must come to the front before long.
- E. M. Forster
rm -rf C:\
Best to go with that last option. When I first tried Linux, I ran dual boot for a while. Once I realized just how powerful Linux actually is I nuked that NTFS partition and haven't looked back.
A linux boot disk will get that command working if you're having trouble clearing the Windoz partitions.
If all else fails, "format c:\" is a tried-and-true solution...
Anonymous beat me to it.He forgot, click Start, then Run, type in "CMD", and let 'er rip.Or, I offer an analog equivalent. Close your laptop, unplug the power chord and your mouse, if you have one, lift the computer in both hands and perform a perfect three point shot through the kitchen door opening onto the hard ceramic tile floor.I've tested this personally. I know it works quite well.
I don't know if it's widespread, but I can't see any graphic there, just a very distorted "Hotlinking disabled! Check out imagenerator.net" I'm assuming you can see it and we can't.
Graybeard, I see it too. I'd redo the Clippy, but it's rather a pain in the tail end.All in all, I think I'm a lot less likely to use that particular site. It would have been nice if they're put up a "Please don't hotlink" banner.
kx59: When I started programming there was only the DOS prompt, so there was no need to do the "Start/Run/cmd" shuffle first...Good times, good times...
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