Solved Have t win7 versions on my pc

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September 28, 2017 at 06:28:03
Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit, ntel Core i3 2120 - 3.30 GHz-4GB / 4GB DDR3 Ram
I have just exchanged my PC for another one I bought. On it I have problems with my bluetooth mouse and keyboard, which

sometimes stop working.

There are also startup problems, so I ran the repair disk 64bit and used the startup repair and there I found two versions of

win 7 and repaired one. After this the PC opened with a dual boot screen and I used the Win 7 recovered one.

In windows explorer I find now that there two versions of windows 7. How do I know which one to remove and how do I remove it ?

I would welcome some help

Willem 1933

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#1
September 28, 2017 at 06:29:20
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I would recommend starting from scratch. If there's no data that you need, just do a clean install and format the drive during the setup process.

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#2
September 28, 2017 at 09:53:01
"In windows explorer I find now that there two versions of windows 7"

Can you explain that better? If you had 2 versions of Win7 installed, you would have to choose one or the other each time you boot or reboot the system.


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September 28, 2017 at 13:09:42
Usuallythe first version is labelled Windows. If a second copy goes in (in a dual boot situation) it is usually given the name winnt.

Thus the boot-menu will have two entries; one showing the path to windows, and the other to winnt.

this post details a couple methods to discover which you have actually booted into:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions...

Rad through all resoonses to discover the various methods you can use.

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