Quote: Originally Posted by sncheong
thanks; here's the info you requested.
Can you move the data on the E: drive temporarily to the G: drive? This gives you a clean slate.
Did you burn Partition Wizard to CD? If not, please do so using bootable CD download: Free Download Partition Wizard
Now boot into PW and it should allow you to rightclick>Modify:Set active the Windows 7 partition.
Now you can rightclick>Delete both the Vista and E: partitions,
then rightclick>Resize/Move the Windows 7 partition, use slider to move left border all the way over against the left side of the HD. Resize the right border to Create any new partition(s) in the right hand space as desired. Apply all steps.
Now boot into the Windows 7 DVD Repair console, click through to Recovery tools list and run Startup Repair 3 separate times to rewrite the MBR to Windows 7.
You may wish to save a Windows 7 backup image externally or to your G: drive first because Resizing operations can fail.