Hey all. I've got a problem relating to Windows 7 and Windows XP. I have Windows 7 on DVD, but for some reasons, my motherboard isn't able to boot from it during startup. So, I couldn't do a clean install for Windows 7 and had to install from desktop while running Windows XP instead. Now that I've got Windows 7 and XP installed, I want to remove XP and keep only Windows 7. I have only one harddisk but I partitioned it into two, the first one C: drive for XP and the second partition F: drive for Windows 7. Is there a way to do this safely? I have done my research and found out a potential solution which involves marking the partition with Windows 7 as active and using the Windows 7 DVD at startup to repair the bootfile and deleting XP after that has been done. However, like I mentioned earlier, my motherboard won't boot the DVD at startup, so I can't go with this option. Thanks in advance.