The hard drives on my last few computers have always been FAT32. So when I've occasionally wanted to reformat the hard drive to do a clean install of Windows, I've used a Win98 boot diskette to get to DOS with CD drivers and formatted from there. Then installed Windows. My new Dell computer's hard drive is using the NTFS file system. I created a Win98 Bootable CD but when I get to the command prompt I can't see my hard drive because DOS doesn't recognize NTFS. My question is, how would I go about formatting the hard drive and doing a clean install of Windows if I can't boot to DOS?