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Taking off windows 7 from a separate HDD
Hi everyone. I needed to update my bios, i have windows 7 64 bit installed in one HDD, but when i tried to update the bios with an application, it says I need a 32 system. So i installed Windows 7 in a second hdd. I now have the bios updated. Now how can i take off the Windows 7 32? I already formatted the hard drive the 32 bit was installed. But it still shows up on the boot screen. How can i take it off?
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