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Windows 7: Dual Boot - Delete a OS

09 Aug 2018   #130
Kevin8er

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Are steps 3, 4 and 5 required?

I installed Win Ultimate 32 bit on a corsair SSd. I then installed a Samsung 850 Pro SSd and installed Win Ultimate 64bit on it in a dual boot situation. I tried to clone my 64 bit onto a new Samsung SSD but it won't boot because the bootmgr is on the Corsaire drive. I no longer need the 32 bit drive but didn't want to delete it.
Can I just do steps 1 and 2 and remove the corsair drive? Will that allow me to boot into the Samsung 850 Pro 64bit? Dual Boot - Delete a OS-capture.png




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