|07 Jun 2014||#1|
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Bootsec.exe on root of C:\ drive (Fresh Win7 Ultimate Install)
I just finished installing Windows 7 Ultimate X64 on an Asus motherbord, i5 intel. I was checking the root folder my C:\ drive, and I realized that besides the standard folders (Program Files (x86), etc.) there is a file called bootsect.exe
Why is this there, and can I delete it?
1) I used Acronis 2014 to wipe my SSD drive (fast)
2) Installed Windows 7 by choosing the advance option (not the upgrade)
When I look at my hard drive structure via the Disk Management, I do see the proper (and hidden) 100MB NTFS System Reserved partition, *in addition to* my regular OS.
Is there anything wrong with this then?
Thanks for your help.
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