[Resolved] me xp dual boot system

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casper03

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i posted this in xp froum as i wasnt sure what forum was the correct one :

i have windows xp and me on my c drive the xp side is on
hidden partition 10 gig and the me side is on c drive (c)
what i want to do is just delete the me partition and expand
the xp side while making the xp my c drive (c).

i used powerquest partition pro to partition the drive and
boot magic to do the dual boot system.

can anyone tell me how to achieve this in the simplest terms
possible. with the understanding this will be my first time undoing this kind of work so a little patience may be required.

THANKS IN ADVANCE TO ALL WHO REPLY
and best wishes to all for the festive season
 

casper03

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wow have i actualy stumped the peeps here at tech support i didn't think that was possible
 

casper03

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yes but they explain everything like we are all comp experts
to much tech not enough plain simple english explanations

thank's
 
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post the address here so someone can view it & perhaps decipher the code for you...lol

Im not going to be here however but will be back later... Im ok...hope you are too.

Merry Christmas in case i don't see you ... :)
 

casper03

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would just like you all to know that I've ended up back where
I started, but now both me and xp installs are perfect using
acronis OS selector 100 times better than bootmagic.

just like to say once again that I wish all of you and your
the very very best for the Christmas period.
and a very happy new year especially our American friends
may the best of your yesterdays be the worst of your tomorrows
 
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