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If you are booted into Vista - let's say it already has C for itself in Dos mounted devices - then run setup.exe of the Windows 7 install files while you are still booted into Vista - point the 7 installer at any other partition.
Windows 7 cannot call itself C - it will take the next available drive letter.
When 7 has installed - boot into it and it will not announce itself as C.
Clear I hope?
I just learned something. Thanks for clearing that up for me.
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