Deleting my Win XP from my dual boot with Windows 7

Mark Bayani

New Member
Good Day to all!

I just want to ask if there's a possibilities to delete/un-install my Windows XPfrom my dual boot state with Windows 7?

I have 1 harddisk only which is partition into 3 drives and all drives are primary partition.

XP(point of view) C:\winXP D:\Windows7
from Windows 7 (pov) D:\windows7 c:\winXP

in addition, from my computer management, it said:

C:\WinXP (System. active, primary partition)
E:\ (primary partition)
d:\Windows 7 (Boot, page file, crush dump, primary partition)

I wanted to use Windows 7 only and remove/delete completely the WinXP.

Thanks and more power!!


and because of my st*pid curiosity, I already remove windows XP from the OS selection (dual boot) using EasyBCD 1.7.2

hope this help (or worse?)



Also another question, Can I just copy the boot folder from the System disk partition (WinXP) and transfer it to my D:\ Windows 7 and make a startup fix? and completely wipe out the c:\WinXP?
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Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
Hi Mark, welcome to NST.
All your W7 boot files will be on the XP "system" partition, so you can't just format it.
Have a read of this recent thread.