|05 Sep 2009||#1|
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Slave and Logical Partition Problem
(For the question skip to the **)
(Please don't say look at the previous post!)
Ok so first of all, I had 2 separate partitions one of them with Windows 7 and the other with Windows XP, so, the problem is that I had a really bad virus on my XP so i booted in to safe mode scanned with AVG/Spybot S&D/Other and after a while the PC made user accounts by itself and everything was crazy.
I just couldn't fix it so I did a clean install of XP on the XP partition again. Then I went back on 7 and deleted XP's Partition and left Windows 7. Then I had to solve the boot manager's problem... done that... now i have a problem.
**I formatted the XP Partition but now I just want to delete it but I can't because it is a logical/system partition and Windows 7 is a slave one. So WTF can I do to solve this!?
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