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I wanted to erase the existing window Xp and install new,?

I wanted to erase the existing window Xp and install new, but strangely another set of windows xp installed. Now my computer in its start up has two windows (1st and second), suppose if chose first the computer start and it has drive C & D when off this and agian start with the second window xp it has drive C&E . How to erase (formate) these two windows and install fresh one? I have a windows xp CD.

Asked By: Vijaya - 10/3/2011
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just do this... More
Answered By: Mark Tiffany - 10/3/2011
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Normally when you use the automatic loading feature of the win xp cd it will boot up with the win install info and it will detect if any existing operating systems are already installed on the comp.Then it will display the partition that the O/S is on . you want to delete all the existing partitions then create one new... More
Answered By: helpful bob - 10/3/2011
 
This has probably occurred because you either did not format your hard disk and/or you installed windows to a second partition without deleting the first. And you have ended up with the new and old installations. I am not sure why booting in one gives you a different drive configuration. But the best thing to do, as... More
Answered By: Papa Lazarous - 10/3/2011
 
First format first drive through window setup CD .when format completes immediately power of your PC and again run CD and then format the drive in which you want to install and then format that drive. first format the drive in which you don't want to install windows. thus both drives are formated and new window is... More
Answered By: Harsh Chauhan - 10/3/2011
 
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