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Trying to figure out this Android stuff...

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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Yeah, I'm actually not sure where I'd get a windows 98 cd from. We skipped from 3.1 -> 95 -> ME -> XP -> 7
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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Wont be home to really test it for a while. Thanks for all that. I'd upvote you again if I could for all that typing.
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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
C:\>fdisk /? 'fdisk' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
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revised How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Added in a before and after
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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
I figured it out. I put the /f after /delete the first time. Then I put it after the UUID and it said it worked.
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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
I get this: "C:\Windows\system32>bcdedit /delete {466f5a88-0af2-4f76-9038-095b170dc21c} This entry cannot be deleted unless the /f switch is specified on the command line. Run bcdedit /? for more information. Access is denied." bcdedit /? doesn't list the /f flag, and it doesn't work if I try putting it in there.
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comment How to remove an old OS from the boot menu
Yeah, that's pretty much it. I had stuff on HDD 1 that I wanted to keep, but I wanted to free up the room in Windows and Program Files that weren't going to be used any more.
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accepted Why is there no Safe Mode option on my XP startup screen?
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comment Why is there no Safe Mode option on my XP startup screen?
Ah, that did work... now what?
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