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12 Feb 2013  


Looking at the Partition Wizard screenshot provided we see that System Reserved is no longer Active or booting the system, as signified by the Active and Boot (same as System flag in Disk Mgmt) flags now being on C. So the boot files have already been moved and C is booting itself.

(You cut off the third flag on C, but check now that it is System, which in PW means that's what's booted at the moment - same as the Boot flag in Disk Mgmt).

So yes, judging by that screenshot you can delete SysReserved and resize C into its space: Partition Wizard Resize Partition - Video Help.

But first i would confirm with Disk Mgmt that there are no System Active labels on SysReserved and C is labeled boot meaning its the one booting.
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