Actually you can IF you can rearrange your boot drive, within your
bios. In my motherboards's bios, I can specifically set which driv is
the boot drive. Whichever one I set, becomes the C: drive. In your
system's bios, if you can make the harddrive that is V: as your boot
drive, it will work. The only issue is it may not boot, since the boot
menu is on your current C:. I'm not sure if the Vista drive will be
bootable. You may need to do a Repair on the drive, to get it to boot.
On Feb 2, 1:00 am, "Jane C" <jellyb...@NOSPAMxjgarage.org> wrote:
> You can't. Your C partition is your Boot and System partition.
> Jane, not plain 64 bit enabled :-)
> Batteries not included. Braincell on vacation ;-)"mwalsh" <mwa...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I am currently dual booting with XP on my C: drive and Vista on a V:
> > partition. How can I delete the C: partition and make Vista the entire
> > drive,
> > adn then change the letter to C? No program will let me do this.- Hide quoted text -
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