1.    16 Aug 2015 #1
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    Move system partition from unwanted OS (WinXP) to current OS (Win10)

    Hi TenForums! I am loving Windows 10 and I want to remove Windows XP from my dual-boot configuration (and remove the whole dual-boot thing completely) but it also acts as the system partition, so I guess it's not as straight-forward as I had hoped. Is there a way to make my Windows 10 partition the system partition?
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  2.    16 Aug 2015 #2
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    Windows 10

    Personally I would remove the disk and boot up. If it works just delete the partitions and you have a clean disk. If it don't boot repair it from the windows boot disk.
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