I have problems uninstalling my laptop's Windows Vista. My laptop has dual-boot with Windows 7 and Windows Vista OS. When I first bought my laptop, it is pre-installed with Vista and I was given only the system recovery disc from HP. Here's the problem: I wanted to uninstall Vista and I went to search for some answers. Many sources told me to load the vista installation disc and run the command like this:
e:\boot\bootsect.exe /nt52 ALL /force
( I did change the drive name in the command to my actual drive name)
I dun have any vista installation disc to load in the first place and I thought I try my luck using the recovery disc since it has the vista OS installation.
(My DVD drive is D:/.)
So I type
d:\boot\bootsect.exe /nt52 ALL /force
The system mentioned that they cannot find the file and I did not know what other ways can be used to erase vista OS.
If I remembered correctly, the recovery disc would erase everything including my Windows 7. Is there any other ways to get rid of vista??
(I dun want to reinstall Windows 7 again)