I upgraded my operating system from Win 98 to 2000, but I could never use it because it asked for a password that I didn't know (and the person who did the upgrade for me didn't remember it!!!!)
So, finally, I reinstalled Windows 2000, thinking I would loose everything. But that didn't happen. I did something wrong and now my PC has 2 operative systems and both are called Windows 2000 Professional.
Now, I have this message whenever the computer starts: "Please select the operating system to start". If I choose the upper one, it opens the previous one, the one I cannot use because of the password. If I choose the lower one, it opens the new one and I can get in. It is quite annoying to have to choose each time and I am afraid that it is occupying memory space. I also have a mix up of folders.
Does anybody know how can I get rid of the previous one? If I change the boot.ini setup I won't know which is which! Should I reinstall and choose different options when asked about disk partitions?
Thank you very much!