Quote: Originally Posted by cutthroatb
Hello. I sadly have to say that I have tried everything and it does not work. I cannot delete "C" obviously, since Windows is on it. I only have one disk (disk 0 ) so practically my entire disk is dynamic. So the deleting of all partitions does not work. I don't care about any data loss, so I've tried reinstalling windows. I cannot format anything and I cannot make new partitions out of the unallocated space. It keeps telling me there are one or more dynamic partitions on it. The only partition it lets me install Windows is C, and it remains dynamic whatever I do. Any solutions?
I am in the same situation. Wasted a cd by burning Partition Wizard Home which will do absolutely nothing in my case.
Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Hello Cutthroat, and welcome to Seven Forums.
You might see if you can boot from your Windows 7 installation disc, then delete all listed partitions on disk 0 in the "Drive Options (Advanced)" part of installation. Afterwards, back out of the installation and into the command prompt at boot to do OPTION TWO in the tutorial to convert it back to Basic.
Hope this helps,
That will not work, everything except "format" is greyed out in the windows 7 installation(yes, i tried installing from boot).
I will now try to boot from Vista's disk to see if at least that can do something with my hard drive.