Re: How to hide old OS from Vista
Your Vista install would have put its bootloader onto the first partition of
your primary drive, which is your C drive. Check in disk Management and you
should see your C drive labelled as System drive. You cannot hide the
System drive. Look at the contents of your C drive when you are booted into
Vista, show hidden files and folders, and operating system files. You will
see the Vista boot files there.
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"River Guy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Installed Vista home Premium, retail full
> version on partition 2 of first sata drive.
> WinXP was on partition 1 and am now dual
> booting. Everything installed ok and
> seem to be running fine. However, when
> running Vista I can see the Xp partition.
> All data is stored on a second sata drive
> which can be shared with both OS. There
> is no need for one OS to see the other OS.
> When running WinXP I can hide the Vista
> partition by running Disk Management and
> removing the drive letter or by using Partition
> Magic with no problem. When running Vista,
> Disk management will not allow removing the
> drive letter from the XP partition. Have not
> installed and tried using Partition Magic.
> Is there a way to hide the XP Partition
> (first volume) from Vista?
> Thank you