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Remove Vista from W7 multiboot

By 702climber ·
I upgraded to W7 from vista. I have vista on the c: drive and W7 on E: drive. I want to remove vista entirely in case of hard drive failure I can simply transfer recovery to the other working drive (At this point I need both drives working, 1 for boot and 1 for operating). I followed the procedure from TR Dojo but copying the boot folder from vista to W7 I found a boot folder in W7 already, this step did not make sense to me. If I try to format C: to see if it would work (I have a image to recover from) windows would not aloow the format.
WhatToDo??

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by Walid AlMoselhy In reply to Remove Vista from W7 mult ...

Many solutions can be used.
if you just want to keep W7 on the E drive and remove vista from the boot sequence you can use the boot.ini file on the C drive
If you want to do the honorable thing and format the C drive. Copy W7 installation over there (or just rename the E drive to be the new C) you should use Diskpart from CMD in a windows PE.
Give me more details of what you need to do

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by 702climber In reply to suggestions

I want to remove Vista from the C: drive (format C) & multiboot. Run W7 from E:

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