Uninstalling multiple copy of XP

  lightfeet 23:50 20 Nov 2005
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I have XP installed on 2 Drives (C & E a partition on my 2nd drive). I now wish to remove Xp from my E Drive & retain the copy on C Drive. How do I do this please? Can I simply reformat the E partition on my E Drive?

  lightfeet 07:43 21 Nov 2005

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  lightfeet 22:32 21 Nov 2005

My last question should have read "Can I simply reformat the E partition on my second hard drive by right clicking the drive & selecting Format?"

  ade.h 23:19 21 Nov 2005

In a word, yes. Windows disk management won't let you delete a bootable partition that is currently in use, so don't worry about making a major error. Just right-click the entry in disk management and select delete partition, then you can format and/or resize it as required.

  ade.h 23:20 21 Nov 2005

Windoes DM will describe the current boot partition as Local disk and any other bootable partition will normally be called System.

  lightfeet 00:24 22 Nov 2005

Thanks ade.h for your advice. Hopefully will have time to do this in next few days.

  ade.h 15:26 22 Nov 2005

Let us know how you get on.

  lightfeet 00:21 14 Dec 2005

Successfully accomplished. Highlighted the unwanted Xp on E partition & pressed Delete. Worked a treat - many thanks for your help.

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