Removing dual boot

By Brandon
May 12, 2007
  1. Hi there. Well, now that I'm using Windows Vista and I'm liking it. My xp installation is left there, completely untouched. Though things hadn't fully stabilized yet due to faulty ram, which till this day, I have yet got myself down to the hardware store to buy some, I wanna officially jump ship to Vista but I don't know how to do that.

    I want to remove windows xp installation. The two operating system are on two separate drive with Windows XP being the so called "master".

    I don't want to do anything that will destroy everything. I just want to safely remove XP and get Vista to boot. In my bios, the boot setting is set as boot from the hard disk where XP resides on. If i swap the boot order with the Vista hard disk at the top, the whole computer can't find the boot file... and won't boot.

    Help anyone?
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