I have a dual boot system with 98 and XP. 98 is on my C drive. XP is on my D drive. I have decided to completely get rid of 98.
I want to reformat C and put XP on it. Then I want to remove XP from D drive.
Then I want to resize my partitions so that nothing else but my operating system is on C. (C and D are partitions of the same physical drive).
1)What is the best way to do this?
2)During a windows update, a 3rd partition was created somehow. So now i acually have 3 partitions as the update must have created a G drive.
How do i get rid of this as well?
Ive got 3 partitions all together, C (system) D (boot) & G (new volume)
C is fat32, D & G are NTFS
Ive got 74.52GB of space that i would like to have all on one partition. I do not wish to have to dual operating system anymore.
Can anyone help?? :)ty