Recently I have tried Windows 7 Home Premium in an old pc. I installed it on a seperate hard disk (Primary Slave). The Primary Master is Windows XP SP3. After a week of testing I encountered a failure of hard disk (not attributed to Windows 7) and I had to remove the hdd from where I formatted Windows 7 in (Primary Slave).
I noticed that after the boot menu starts I am prompted to select which operating system to choose..."Earlier version of Windows" or "Windows 7".....Huh? I just removed the hdd of the Windows 7....
In the meantime that I have not recieved the RMA replacement of the failed hdd I want to have to boot smoothly and not have a page wherein I will have to choose the OS. Especially that the next choice is not available.
How can I revert back to just going straght to boot to Windows XP SP3?
How is it that the pc is identifying another OS (Windows 7) other than XP SP3...? I removed the hdd already...
I formatted Windows 7 with driver compatibility adjustments (modem / sound - Windows XP XP3) and I used the Windows Vista driver for my Nvidia add-on video card.
Can someone help me on this one.please..