Remove Windows 2000 Advanced Server from single partition ..

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I got a new server and put Windows Server 2003 on it. I
wanted to make my old 2000 Advanced Server a client
machine, but REALLY didn't want to wipe out everything on
it, so I simply installed XP Pro over the top. Now both
OS's are available when I boot up and I want to remove
the Windows 2000 Advanced Server OS, not just from the
boot directory, but from the system. How can I do this?
 
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There won't be a clean break as the OS's will share some objects. Best to
start a new install of Windows XP

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"Derek Williams" wrote:
|I got a new server and put Windows Server 2003 on it. I
| wanted to make my old 2000 Advanced Server a client
| machine, but REALLY didn't want to wipe out everything on
| it, so I simply installed XP Pro over the top. Now both
| OS's are available when I boot up and I want to remove
| the Windows 2000 Advanced Server OS, not just from the
| boot directory, but from the system. How can I do this?