|19 Jun 2009||#2|
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Well provided you don't need to keep any settings just boot from the Windows 7 DVD and select Install. When fired up select drive options and delete partition that has your current version of Windows on it and then select that partition for install and select "Next". Job done all will install with fresh install and Windows XP gone for ever.
Well thats if I am understanding the request correctly as a little strange question that I would have thought was an easy solution anyway.
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