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[HELP] How to uninstall bootcamp


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hi everyone
recently i installed some drivers from www.ati.com
to be precisely, radeon's drivers, i'm using an imac
this drivers were installed in bootcamp windows xp
anyway, whenever i start my imac under windows an error occurs, it says "MOM.EXE" application error???? but that don't stop windows from running, it still runs normally
So now i was asking for solutions to my problem, if there isn't i would like to know how can i uninstall my boot camp.
my theory, delete "unknown" - windows hardrive, but i don't think is that way
tnks for any help in advance
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Boot into OSX and open up BootCamp. Remove the Windows partition.

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i'm a real noob when it comes to this kind of stuff
so i need precise instructions, and the locations of the files
and the procedure i must take
sorry for being this annoying, but i don't want to take any risks
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Lol
no need to, i figured that out
open boot camp installer beta ->restore to a unique partition->
got it
i will only backup my files first
and then reinstall boot camp
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