The easiest and simplest way to do this is to edit the BOOT.INI file in the root directory of the boot drive (most likely your C: drive) and remove any references to Windows 98. After that you can boot into Windows 2000 and use the "convert" command to change the file systems over to NTFS, and then delete the Windows 98 directory at your leisure.
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