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Can i remove the android OS partition on my windows 7 starter netbook ?

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#1 funkypigeon


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Posted 19 March 2012 - 11:00 PM

Hi there.
Ok so i have a Acer Aspire netbook, it comes with Windows 7 starter and has android on a partition !! ( well, i think its a partition, on my computer it says i have my acer c: drive and android d: drive.

I never use the android OS on my netbook, and was wondering if its safe to format it, get rid of it on the d: drive. and use that drive for other storage ? or would that interfere with the operation of the computer?

Would it mess up the built in factory settings restore option on it ?


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