I bought a new PC with Windows 7 preinstalled, and then I got a new SSD to freshly install OS on, and use the old hard drive as secondary. I didn't know much about the 200MB "System Partition" at the time.. and ended up just formatting that partition, giving it a drive letter, and resizing it, instead of deleting it.
Everything is working fine. That partition is now my "D:" drive and I have data on it. But in the partition manager, this partition still has a "System" label in the list of bits (Active, System, Primary, etc.).
Is there any harm in leaving it as a "System" partition, as long as I don't try to boot from it?
Is there any way I can remove this "bit" without wiping out the partition?