Thanks for all the replies :)
Well being it the Windows 7 release candidate version i like to delete the remains of it.
The Windows 7 was installed on disk1 partition G: after xp being the on disk0 partition C:
And i had a dual boot with Windows 7 boot manager.
Had a complete image made with "paragon disk backup 9" of disk0 partition C: & D:
Used it (when i had virus in xp C:) to boot with paragon cd and replaced the image of C:.
(then xp did the boot again)
Both disk0 and disk1 are sata.
@ Night Hawk:
I would think the way i placed back a previous image of the C: partition that all is wiped and put back in a former state, as it was without Windows 7 being installed.
When i am correct then there are no boot files visible on C: that could be connected to Windows 7.
And your suggestion to disconnect disk0 and make disk1 bootable again with Windows 7 cd is some i would consider
but being it RC Windows 7 i better delete.
The disk1 was the second disk i connected on system and choosen to make second partition H:
to be logical cause its used for data only.
And when i try to delete a folder on G: i get message a file is in use, or all together on G: then its also some files are in use.
Funny is when i check with (UNLOCKER 1.8.8 BY CEDRICK 'NITCH' COLLOMB
) then it say no files are in use.
Yes i was thinking of using a bootable cd with a format program to delete partition G:
but i was not sure what was present situation was with replacing image.
Think i gonna try to boot with cd Gregrocker linked me too and delete the partition with creating a new primary after.
Installing Windows 7 again was some i had to do anyway being it the RC version i used.
Could it be the management rules that are still active on the Windows 7 partition are blocking me to delete things? (i am logged in as system administrator in xp)