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two copies of winxp on system

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I was having issues with accessing the internet. I posted a thread yesterday and was getting help. However, the person was not able to help me. So I decided to do a system install. I guess when I installed the WinXP that is currently working, I clicked on something wrong. Now when I reboot my computer I see both copies, one on the C: drive and the other on the E: drive. How do I delete the one on the C: drive? Thats the one that doesnt work properly?
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Hello jstsmile...

I'll need some more information before we get started on this.

Right click on My Computer and choose "Properties". In the properties window, click the "Advanced" tab. In the resulting window. in the "Startup and Recovery" section, click on the "Settings" button. In the window that opens, click on the "Edit" button...a notepad window will open (boot.ini). Copy the contents of that window and paste it here for us.

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