Problem with boot menu

Discussion in 'Computing, Science, and Technology' started by Ex-Touch, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. Ex-Touch

    Ex-Touch New Member

    May 6, 2008
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    Last night, my Windows 7 installation became completely full. (24.3 GBs out of 24.4) So, I decided to try and resize the partition. When trying to do that, my XP and 7 partition both said they were corrupted and that gParted could not resize them. So, I created an 80 GB partition on my D: drive and installed a fresh installation of Windows 7 on there. After that, I formated the old Windows 7 Partition and tried to merge it with my XP partition. That failed, and now I have two Windows 7 options in my boot menu. IF I delete the partition, will it give me Unallocated Space so I can increase my XP partition? And will the other option for Windows 7 be erased?


    Never mind. Fixed it.

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