i have a an Acer Aspire 5735z which had Win Xp SP2 installed on it. the Wi-fi wasnt working on it .
this model was downgraded from Vista to XP so i thought perhaps there are driver
problems. After installing other drivers
which didnt work i thought of installing windows 7 and see if it worked. Unfortunately the issue was with this Wifi that once you input your password incorrect it connects to the wifi network but as *limited or no connectivity*
once i've understood that i've tried the same thing in XP and it worked great. Now i wanted to remove Win 7 and i had followed this guide from MS How to uninstall Windows 7
Forgot to say that XP was on C and Win 7 on D
I formatted the partition on D, Win 7 is gone now , but the boot Manager is still present. I've opened up the boot section on XP through ms config and i dont see any bootpaths for the bootloader. i've run the fixmbr from the recovery console hoping it would kick the boot manager out but this did not help.
Could you please assist me in removing the Dual Boot manager so i can start my xp version without choosing it?