Deleting Windows 7 partition from Windows 7/8 Dual Boot
I recently installed Windows 8 on a relative's PC, since it was eligible for the $14.99 upgrade, being unsure of whether my relative would like W8 I decided to dual boot it alongside W7. My relative loved W8, however, and is now using it as her primary
OS. My problem is, how do I safely get rid of the Windows 7 partition? Trying to delete it causes the laptop to be unable to boot since it seems the boot files are still on the W7 partition. Is there a way to make the W8 the 'boot' partition, perhaps by
creating/copying the boot files somehow?
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