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Windows 7: How to deleted other windows 7 on hardisk

29 Apr 2015   #1

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How to deleted other windows 7 on hardisk

Hello im from from malaysia.. after i buy new laptop i get window 7.. and i been using for 1 year after that im having a error to connect wifi and play internet.. the error is DHCP is not running and try to solve with run as administrator but fail also.. After that i decide to install new window 7 and now im using new windows 7 on C:
Now i have 2 window 7 on laptop which is C: is im using it now and D: is old windows 7 that corrupt.. now the problem is when i opened "disk management"

The D: partition is System,active but C: is just boot,page file,crashdumped .. i open msconfig and deleted boot D: but window boot manager still come up.. how to delete window 7 on D: partition? im scare that if i format D: and my window will not startup because D: is system file and active.. and in D: have a "bootmgr" file.. how do i make my C: as System and actived Partition.. and make sure the is no "window boot manager" if i open my laptop..

p/s:sorry for my broken english im from malaysia :)

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29 Apr 2015   #2
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Back up any data you need that is on D and F.

Move the Bootmgr - Move to C:\ with EasyBCD - Windows 7 Forums.

Once C is marked System Active, download free Partition Wizard boot CD ISO, burn to CD with Windows Image Burner, boot the disk.

Right click on F to Delete, click OK.

Then Right Click on D to Delete, click OK.

Next rightclick on C to Resize Partition, drag the left border all the way to the left side of hard drive. Then adjust the right border to where you want it for C. Click OK.

Now rightclick D to Resize, drag its left border to where you want it, then drag its right border to take up any Unallocated space, click OK. Apply all steps.

This way you can make C as large as you want, or enlarge D to use as a data and storage partition as you please. The advantage to having a separate Data partition is that you can move your User folders there so that the image of C is kept more compact. That way if C ever becomes irreparable, you can reimage it in 20 minutes and your data will be safe and current in D. User Folders - Change Default Location

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