- December 17, 2011 at 11:21 am #29314
HiRecently I tried to repair my windows XP using an installation disk, but instead of repairing, the installation directly started installing a new copy of windows. Since I don't need a second windows I interrupted it. Now my original windows works fine, but every time I start my PC a black screen appears and asks me to choose which windows to boot. I want to remove the new version that I interrupted so this screen stops appearing. Do you know how I can do this?Another option is to make my original windows the default one to boot. Then the other one is not a problem to stay, it won't harm. Currently the default one is the new one and I have to choose the other one every time I start my PC which is annoying.Help please!January 23, 2012 at 2:52 am #33620
I already experienced this problem this is easy… 1.You need to check if the windows was install on C or D drive2.After that if it was install on C drive no need to delete partition on D3.You need to delete partition which the windows was install then create a new partition again4.After that you can do the reformat process, if you need help how to reformat visit this site http://tips4pc.com/articles/windows%20xp%20tips/how_to_format_a_computer_using_w.htmYou can email me or post here of what part you are confuse of...
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