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Windows 7: how to safely format Windows 7 on C: and keep Windows 7 on D:?

09 Feb 2018   #1
DrGhobar

windows 7 ultimate, a 32bit and a 64bit
 
 
safely formatting Windows 7 on C:; causing no problem Windows 7 on D:?

Do you know how to safely do the following task?

formatting Windows 7 on partition C: to completely empty it, without making boot problem for Windows 7 on D:.


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09 Feb 2018   #2
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

You need to post a shot of Disk Management before we do anything.
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09 Feb 2018   #3
DrGhobar

windows 7 ultimate, a 32bit and a 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
You need to post a shot of Disk Management before we do anything.
Now that I am posting here, many things have changed in that computer. That is, the partitions and other things have changed.
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