|19 Dec 2009||#2|
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here is what I have setup (SEE ATTACHMENT) from an Upgrade to Windows 7 Professional:
What is the blank OEM partition and should the D: partition be FAT32 OR CAN IT BE ntfs?
Many may disagree, but I would do the install again, this time as a clean install. And delete the extra partitions, unless desired. When done you only need C: and one other for the backups, you actually can pick the letter.
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