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Vista hi , i have a dual boot vista and xp ,not happy with vista, how can i remove vista ,and also retaining xp at the same time,also , is it possible to resize the hdd back to its original size ,ie before it was just xp on the whole drive thanks in advance regards paul welter

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I'm taking it you have a partition on your HDD right? well if the case is this than simply "delete" the contents on the partition (this is called cleaning up) so it was how you bought it, clear. next just oh i don't know how you would say it. you have to compbine the partitions. i guess you can just delete the partition so your left with drive C:

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