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Old 09-13-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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Hello mate..im new here.....!!I recently got a problem with my computer ...!my (windows vista) did not work properly ...! without the knowledge I have intall windows seven and make dualboot ....!!
but I did not create the partition first...!
so I installed (windows seven) on drive D..!!
after a while when booting process can no longer be dualboot because my computer has been hacked by hackers ..!
now I want to install windows seven as dualboot back to create partiton first ..!
because on disk management does not have a visible (unallocated) space ...!both drive C and D is determine actived..!!
how I wanted to create a new partition ...!
is it safe if I delete windows seven file on drive D..!
or how do I just (unallocated) space to create a new partition to install windows seven dualboot again..!!
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Old 09-13-2013, 02:17 AM   #2
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OK, do you need to keep Vista and then delete Windows 7 and reinstall on the D: partition? Or would you like to Delete all old partitions and just have 1 Window 7 partition C: ?
If you no longer use Vista, then I suggest you boot off of the Windows 7 DVD and do a Clean install. Clean Install Windows 7 - Windows 7 Help Forums Deleting all partitions (look at the tip at step 8) , and creating one new partition and install Windows 7 on it.
Or You can also boot off of the disc following the links instructions, and just Delete the D: partition if you still want Vista in a dual boot.
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