|26 Mar 2012||#2|
Best is to kill the System Reserved Partition at the installation stage. This can be done if you install Windows 7 on a fully partitioned hard disk with no unallocated space and any other disk(s) preferably unplugged.
But if already there, you can delete it too. The tutorial on how to do so, is at System Reserved Partition - Delete
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