Uninstalling Vista in triple OS boot ???

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Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows Vista
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I have 3 partitions (Single Hard drive). ("C" Contains XP) ("D" Contains Vista) ("E" Contains win 7 64bit)...Can I uninstall Vista (format D) without removing win 7 ???

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You can format separate partitions but I believe that the OS for windows need to be loaded in order of creation (e.g. XP before Vista before 7).

You may find it easier to purchase three hard drives.

Good luck.
You want to be careful to update your boot record, so that vista is out of the picture.

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  • GISSoftwareEngineer
    I am used to right click on Drive (D) from winXP enviroment then click format ! then this goes well .but now my Question is : If I do a boot with win 7(E) or Win XP(C)( from triple OS boot manner ) .. can I format (D) (vista) without loosing windows 7 boot ???
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