Replace XP C: with Vista D: ?

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Not sure if this is feasible, but here's what I'd like to be able to do. I currently have a pair of 320GB disk drives in a RAID 1 configuration, so they present as a single 320 drive. This is broken up into three partitions as follows:
  • C: 50GB Windows XP "system" volume
  • D: 50GB Windows Vista "system" volume
  • X: 200GB Windows common data files
XP was installed first, then Vista, and it is a dual boot configuration.

What I would now like to do is burn the XP partition, go to a single boot system using the Vista partition, and make that the C: partition. Is this possible to do and does EasyBCD help in this process? I have searched a lot on the internet but haven't found a clean way to do what I am looking to do.

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