Re: Removing Vista
"Malke" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> D.Duck wrote:
>> XP and Vista are on the same hard drive.
>> XP was installed first on the C:\ partition. Sometime later Vista was
>> installed on the D:\ partition.
>> One thing I notice is that when Vista is running the two partition's
>> designations are reversed from the original XP install. In other words,
>> when XP is running the partition with XP's files are on the partition
>> labeled C:\ and the Vista files are on D:\. When Vista is running the
>> it's just the reverse.
> The drive letter assignments will be different from within each operating
> system. The important thing is that XP is apparently on the first
> which means its boot files, currently not in use, are there too. Simply
> format your D:\ partition from within XP's Administrative Tools>Computer
> Management>Disk Management. Obviously you should have any data saved in
> Vista backed up elsewhere! Then reboot your computer with your XP install
> CD in the drive so you can get to the Recovery Console (command line). At
> the command line do:
> fixboot [enter]
> fixmbr [enter]
> exit [enter]
> Remove the CD and boot into XP.
> Elephant Boy Computers
> Don't Panic!
Thanks for the help, I appreciate it.