I recently suffered a major glitch on my PC which meant i had to re-install XP Pro on drive D whilst i found a way to recover windows on drive C:
Now managed to do that with help from this forum - what i want to do now is delete Windows from drive D: and remove the dual boot option on bootup so it boots up on C:\windows instaed of me having to select it.
D: is a seperate drive but i do not want to re-format it. The system is like a dual boot system with two win XP systems. what i want to do now i have fixed the original XP system on C: is to remove the second XP system from D: and from the dual boot up sequence without the obvious of just deleting all files on D:\windows. Obviously the registry and all such like are stored on D: for the second system, but i was wonering if there was a proper (technical) way to go about this???
Its a pain to select the system i want as it is the second one on the list...