Hi everyone, and thank you for looking at my post, Well i am in the mist of re formating my computer doing a fresh reinstall of windows xp pro and removing all of the garbage apps sony has preinstalled in my computer, while on the process of re formating i see a partition of EISA using up 6.01 gb of space i know for fact this is were the recovery for the system is held at (start/rightclick my computer/manage/disk management under volume i see 2 drives of NTFS one is (c:) the other is (k:) the c drive holds 180.30 gb of capacity the k drive holds 6.01gb of capacity by right clicking the k drive i scrolled to explore to see if it is what i suspected the recovery files and other junk that sony preinstalls to purchasers, what i wanted to do is delete this partition and possibly modify partition were eisa is created to joint that partition with (C:) to make this short can i reformat a clean install delete eisa with out problems or corruption towards my system or am i just stuck with this crap ware? again thanks for the time
(update): Im back just to edit, ok i went back to my disk management to check on the volume , now the volume has changed in the EISA CONFIGUATRATION
now there is no letter assigned to the drive it is blank before i stated the EISA CONFIGUATRATION had a letter (k:) now its gone the EISA shows up but now with out a appointed letter weird still shows the same space beign used up as 6.01gb. before when it was marked with a letter it would had let me right click the letter and explore it now it does not let me do this after a reboot checking the disk management.
Edited by nap101, 16 March 2008 - 02:18 PM.