Re: Delete Dual Boot
Thanks, Msconfig worked like a charm.
The Boot folder, and the files bootmgr and bootsect.bak are on the C drive
but Vista won't let me delete the Boot folder or the bootmgr..says files in
use. Is there a way to delete them.
Thanks again, I appreciate the help.
> BobB wrote:
> > Comuter has 3 hard drives.
> > I installed XP on one and Vista on another with dual boot.
> > Vista worked well and ran all my programs.
> > I reformatd the driv with Vista and installed Vista on the XP drive as a
> > cleam install. But at boot the dual boot opion is still showing up. The 2
> > options are Vista and Vista.
> > I'd like to get rid of the dual boot.
> Start -> run --> msconfig (as Administrator, of course)
> The "Boot" tab should allow you to do what you want. Be careful to
> delete the right one! Unless you took great pains to do otherwise,
> your working Vista will be installed on C: so don't delete that one.
> > In addition, on the third drive there is a boot folder and a bootmgr file
> > plus a bootsect.bak file. Can I just delete these fils?
> Yes, but only if you also have them on C:\ because C:\ is where they