andwan0 Posted January 23, 2011 Share Posted January 23, 2011 I have 3 partitions sized at 30GB, 30GB, and 405GB.My first partition has Windows XP installed. The other two are just for backup/archival purposes. One day I booted up in BartPE (Windows Pre-installed Environment) and copied my entire C:\Windows to D:\Windows. I did this for experiemental purposes to compare dll file changes on service pack updates. Anyway, Now I want to delete D:\Windows and it won't let me. It says it's in use. I've tried using Unlocker but that doesn't help. So I reformatted C:\ and reinstalled vanilla Windows XP. That doesn't work, because somehow D: is the System partition, while C: is the Boot partition (according to Computer Management, Disk Management).How to sort this out? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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