If you're reinstalling it via CD, follow the steps...
1. Put the CD in the drive
2. Restart the machine
3. Press F12 or F11 to boot from the CD
4. Follow the on-screen instructions, which will typically ask you to delete the previous partition (i.e. erase your old data and configuration so system can start from scratch).
That's the easy way to put it.
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