How to delete Windows 7 in double systems completely?
Q: hello, before I installed double systems. Drive C installs Windows XP, while drive H installs windows 7. Use start manager to choose which system to enter. Later Windows XP had some problems, then I used one-key recovery to restore Windows XP system, and then start manager was missing.
I am not used to using Windows 7, plus hardware configuration is not good enough. Then simply no Windows 7 any more! But under Windows XP system environment, there’s no way to format the drive where Windows 7 is, so strange! What to do?
A: according to my experience, to uninstall Windows 7 completely, you’d have to first deal with the boot start-up menu of the double systems, then after removing the boot manager shared by double systems, then Windows 7 partition could be formatted normally. Although your boot manager is missing, MBR still has the relevant information.