Getting rid of dual boot


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Gerald Bramwell

Hi,

I've got Windows 98SE and XP home on my PC as a dual boot. Windows 98SE
is on a small C partition and Windows XP home is on a larger D
partition. I would like to get rid of the dual boot option and remove
the Windows 98SE files and if possible combine the C and D partitions.

Thanks
Gerald
 
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philo

Gerald Bramwell said:
Hi,

I've got Windows 98SE and XP home on my PC as a dual boot. Windows 98SE
is on a small C partition and Windows XP home is on a larger D
partition. I would like to get rid of the dual boot option and remove
the Windows 98SE files and if possible combine the C and D partitions.

Thanks
Gerald


Though you cannot combine both partitions
to get rid of win98 you can delete anything on the C: drive *except* for the
root directory entries

then remove the win98 reference in boot.ini
 
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Brian A.

Gerald Bramwell said:
Hi,

I've got Windows 98SE and XP home on my PC as a dual boot. Windows 98SE is on a
small C partition and Windows XP home is on a larger D partition. I would like to
get rid of the dual boot option and remove the Windows 98SE files and if possible
combine the C and D partitions.

Thanks
Gerald

Remove Windows 9x/Me from Dual-Boot with XP/2K/NT
http://thpc.info/dual/remove9x.html


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Brian A. Sesko { MS MVP_Shell/User }
Conflicts start where information lacks.
http://basconotw.mvps.org/

Suggested posting do's/don'ts: http://www.dts-l.org/goodpost.htm
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375
 

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