Initially I had Windows XP on my computer located on the usual C.After awhile I installed Windows 7 on my computer but i didn't upgrade it, instead I installed in another partition H:(I have alot of disk drives)
Now I have 2 OS located in two different local disks and every time I boot my computer it asks me which OS I want to use.I decided that W7 i better and I use it of course all the time.But it seems that my computer is slowed because of the fact I have 2 OS and I want to remove the XP from my computer.Though H is the disk where W7 is located when I go to the disk management, C: is the "active", "system" and "primary" disk while H: is only "boot", "page file" and "crash dump".
I really want to get rid of XP but I am not sure how to do it.I don't want to reinstall operating systems, all I want is to get rid of XP(I also don't care about the files and programs I will lose, because I will save the information on CD disks and flash drives.However if that's the only way then I will get my Windows disk and reinstall it.
I am not sure that formatting will fix the problem and remove XP and it's components but if that's the way then I will do it.
Edited by Defacer, 29 October 2011 - 03:59 AM.