I'd start over. Wipe the drive, boot your Windows 10 DVD and do it again.
Yes, you'll want to print out any and all license keys before you start as well as make an image of this drive so you can go back.
Windows 10 upgrading went well and smooth and I love it.
On this laptop, I had a dual-boot I forgot to remove in Windows 7 before upgrading to Windows 10. I don't need the XP's dual booting anymore. My dilemma is the XP's boot logging is missing in the System Configuration to remove. It only shows in the Setup And Recovery dialog box.
How can I remove the dual-boot function so as to have only Windows 10 in the system?
I tried both PhotoBucket and Flickr to copy a URL for the photos but both are not working well for me. Just feels too complicated for such a simple request. So, am just going to explain myself enough here:
1. During boot, the black screen shows the Windows 10 and Windows XP as selection, while 10 is the default boot.
2. STARTUP AND RECOVERY: Here, both Windows 10 and Windows XP are in the selection window, under DEFAULT OPERATING SYSTEMS.
3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION: Here only " Windows 10 (C:\WINDOWS) : Current OS; Default OS " shows in the BOOT tab window. XP is missing to delete.
4. I still have the Windows XP partition.