Microsoft.com: How to Remove Linux and Install Windows 2000 or Windows NT on Your ComputerDec 22, 1999, 06:16 (41 Talkback[s])
"This article describes how you can remove the Linux operating system from your computer, and then install the Windows NT 4.0 or the Windows 2000 operating system."
"The partition types used by the Linux and Windows operating systems are incompatible. To remove Linux from your computer and install Windows 2000 or Windows NT, you must manually delete the partition used by the Linux operating system. The Windows compatible partition can be created automatically during the installation of the Windows operating system."
"IMPORTANT: Before you follow the steps in this article, verify that you have a bootable disk or bootable CD-ROM for the Linux operating system, because this process completely removes the Linux operating system installed on your computer. If you intend to restore the Linux operating system at a later date, verify that you also have a good backup of all the information stored on your computer. Also, you must have a full release version of the Windows operating system you want to install."