Quote: Originally Posted by dread74
I have a dual boot setup on 2 physical disks. the first install was Vista 64 bit and then i added Windows 7 ultimate 64. I would like to remove the Vista 64 so i am just using Windows 7
I have tried to find info on the best way to do this but it all mostly talks about XP.
i know that my bootloader is stored on the vista drive. i know it is in boot\bcd
i don't know where i should copy this file too on the Windows 7 drive. when i installed Windows 7 i didn't use the option to have the 200mb drive created.
Can anyone please tell me the steps required please.
thanks in advance
It would be the best that you post a screenshot of your disk management to understand the situation correctly ( http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...en-forums.html
Roughly it can be said that as you installed vista earlied, it is the primary and system active partition. For the pourpous of recovery you must need the Free Download Partition Wizard
. At first, download it and burn in a cd. Without this tool , the process will be very hard.
In if you upload the disk management window, it would be easier to understand the entire situation.