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strange, evidently someone started to install xp and stopped it, that's why it's giving you the dual boot option
the 100 gigs is in an unpartition/unformated area
I would start all over, delete that system partition and then do an install to it, then use disk management to finish setting up the data partition
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Posted 24 March 2008 - 04:33 PM
thats the only way i would be able to access the other gigs?
Just a note...if you were clearer in your posts, then there would not have been the confusion that resulted when you made your comment about installing (what?) over the Internet.
As for saving your installed programs...the only way (that I know) that you can do that is to use software to create a disk image of the present partition...on another hard drive with sufficient space. Cloning the partition would give you access to the files and allow you to reformat/repartition your current drive...if you have a second hard drive large enough to do so and employ the proper program for cloning.
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