Windows Dual boot with windows XP and Windows 7

  jasperjaz 11:42 26 Oct 2014

Hi, years ago i set up windows 7 as dual boot with my windows xp. I now wish to get rid off the windows xp on C: and have the windows 7 on m: as the only partition and operating system.

How do I do this?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:09 26 Oct 2014

on m: as the only partition and operating system.

Assuming c: is on a separate HDD not sure where all your missing partition drive letters come from?

  jasperjaz 12:17 26 Oct 2014

Hi, its on the single internal hard drive, I think it assigned to M: as there where several external hard drives.

Here is how it looks:

Simple basic, Healthy OEM partition

C: simple basic healthy primary D: CD_Utilities M: Windows 7 X64. Healthy boot, page file, crash dump, logical drive

When I installed the Win 7 it would have boot files on C: right?

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