I had installed Windows 7 with a dual boot with Vista and now I facing a lot of problems..I`m not interested to be on Windows 7...but I`m not sure how i`m suppose to remove it...Any help would be appreciated..
I am not familiar enough with vista to be completly helpful , but, there is within vista the ablility to choose your startup options. I guess the first question is can you boot cleanly into vista. Secondly is it on the same partion or a different partion? If it is on a different partion is it on a different physical drive or the same drive? Thants allt he time I have to ask question as my wife needs her computer now. Anyone else please chime in.
Do you have any problems other than the dual Boot?
Anyway, the easiest is to download EasyBCD, and install it in Vista. It gives you a lot of options to manipulate the dual boot, including removing entries.
If this is TRUELY on a separate partition, then its very simple. And SHOULD not interfere with Vista.
1. Within System Properties\Advanced\Startup and Recovery - select Vista or Older operating system as the default
2. While in Vista, within DISK Management. You will see the partition that Win7 is on. Once you have verified that this is it, then right click on the partition graphic below and select delete partition. (But you must be sure! I have notice that my Win 7 sees its partition as C: but does not recongize my XP c: but does see it in Disk Management.
Is there anything wrong with Vista? What are the 'lot of problems' that you have. Please explain those prior to following the instructions above.
yeah, but if you are having issues beyond the the install of Win7 then this will not fix your issues and may exacerbate them even more. But id Vista is working fine then what you have stated will also work.