|03 Mar 2010||#1|
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Delete a system partition
I have two drives. C: has the system and programs. D: is for data but also has a 100Mb partition that is something to do with the system. I'd like to get rid of it without reinstalling the system.
I had a hard drive die and somewhere in the process I did a repair and that's where, I think, the partition was created. In the Windows 7 install process it says this partition can't be changed.
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