I want to delete the windows 7 partition i have, from within vista and re allocate the space to the vista drive,do i just go to disk management in vista, right click win7 partition, delete vlume?then will there be an option to reallocate?ty
I would say yes, You will have to check for Merge
I think it would be simpler to just reformat the partition and use it for data.Dave
well i deleted the partition but now cant reallocate to c drive as the option is greyed out god sake why do i do these things to myself lolany ideas guysi have acronis disk suit installed
Before you do the Above Formating it is no good as you are dual booting, does it start with XP as Default OS? if it does you may get away with removing partition
Does it say unallocated space? if it does create a Partition on it. then format it in windows
vista is my main os, the computer came unparitioned with vista on, i then created the partition a while back to dual boot windows 7i no wish to remove the partition <which i have done> but now have unallocated space which i cant reallocate
Problem you are having is the Boot.ini File in Root of C:\ as when you deleted it the file will still be for dual boot. You may need to edit the file in Notepad to single boot under multi it should be set to (0)
so if i reboot now will i have problems :s
have you edited the file? I am using XP but would think its the same
i cant see the file in the root of c:\it must be hidden, one sec i will look
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