|17 Jun 2010||#7|
Your E: partition is the System partition which means it contains the files needed to boot windows. Should you delete that partition, you'll need to do a Startup Repair in order to boot windows.
You can try using a 3rd party utility like Partition Wizard to delete or use Diskpart. Heres how to use diskpart.
Partition or Volume - Delete
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