|24 Apr 2013||#3|
Removing the Win7 entry in EasyBCD does not remove the OS. You'll need to delete or format D in Disk Mgmt in order to correctly remove Win7.
If Disk Mgmt will not cooperate use Partition Wizard to delete D, create a new partition there, or extend one of the other partitions into its space even if they're not adjacent as shown in How to extend partition easily with Partition Wizard - video help.
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