One of my hobbies are emulation and M.A.M.E. machines, and I've got a new project. I bought one of those bartop cabinets that you see trivia games and whanot in and I'm converting it to a MAME cabinet to give to my nephews for Christmas (they come over to play my fullsize all of the time, but the parent's don't have room for a full size cabinet, this is a perfect solution). Any, back to the problem. I bought a used 400 mhz Hewlett Packard machine and I'm having a problem with it. Its got Windows NT on it right now, and has not been formatted (what a bad idea, who knows what could be on this computer). At bootup, it comes to the NT login screen, complete with the name of the last user, obviously, I don't know the password. I can't format it, since NT uses a different file structure than Win 98, and when I boot with my DOS floppy, DOS will not recognize it either. So I cannot format the drive from Windows NT, and cannot recognize it from DOS either, what to do? Is there a bootable utility that will allow me to do what I need? I want to wipe it clean in FAT or FAT32 format so I can load Windows 98. I think my worse case is to pull the drive, and plug it in my XP machine as a slave and use drive manager to format it in FAT32. I'm just wondering if there is a better way.