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Old 10-05-2007, 10:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Exclamation Re: How to uninstall one from a dual operating windows

Originally Posted by Makaveli213 View Post
No. It wont mess up the boot at all. When you try and select that OS it will give you a error but that is easily fixed with EasyBCD. Just install that and remove the OS from the Boot Selector and no more issue at all.

Thanks very much

I did install Easy BCD and removed unwanted OS from the boot sector. I formated the D drive where the win2000 OS was installed.

Just one more question
I doubt there are some remaining files of win 2000 in C drive.
How can delete the unwanted files of win 2000 those are still in C drive and clean the C drive.


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