Windows delete...

  midian 18:15 12 Mar 2011
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My ex and I used to share my pc and we ended up having several copies of Windows. Windows 7 is on twice (my original install and another on another HDD) and a copy of XP on yet another drive. I dont use these OS now only my original copy of Win 7. Is there any way I can delete the other versions of Windows without formatting the drives they are on? as I have so much I need to keep on them.

When I boot up, I have to scroll down to my original Windows every single time and its getting annoying now.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:50 12 Mar 2011

Yes, delete the windows folders that you no longer require

and

use EASYBCD click here to edit the windows boot loader to get id of the entries to the old systems.

  Sea Urchin 19:47 12 Mar 2011

Note on Fruit Bat /\0/\'s link that EasyBCD downloads from the very bottom of the page - not the download at the top which is for WinClean

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