Windows XP (E:) and Windows 7 (C:) conflict on separate partitions
Posted on 2015-02-15
I asked a computer company to split a hard drive into 2 separate partitions and build a dual boot system with windows XP (which I need for a business application) and Windows 7.
I found they installed Windows 7 as the (C:) drive and windows XP as an (E:) drive Instead of the opposite. So now I have trouble installing applications and then accessing them.
I want to run XP for my business applications with is built from Visual Studio and SQL Server as my primary drive and have Windows 7 on stand by in case I have trouble with XP.
Is there anything I can do to correct this. IF nothing else can I delete Windows 7 and have Windows XP revert to being a (C:) drive and how would I go about this?
Thanks, I'm in a real bind....