Type BOOT.INI into google.com to learn how to edit this file. After you've accomplished that, you can use your good OS on C: to explore drive D: and delete the windows folder there.
My OS> WInXp Pro/P4
Hdd > 40GB with 2 partitions- C and E drives.
My OS was installed in C Drive and E drive mainly for games. Because of the sound card driver/software problem-no sound, I tried to uninstall it at Add/Remove but it only uninstalled up to 54%, then prompted error message like "unhandled exception"-many attempts to counter it but failed.
So, I formatted E drive at Disk Managment and installed WinXp Pro again, which become Dual Boot when boot up. Now my system having 2 WinXp Pro--one in the older C drive and one in E drive.
Because of this , I have to chose either one to boot,this not only wasted time but also take up HDD space-refer to E Drive.
No choice, I inserted CD-Rom and installed OS into the older C drive again, and it work well with sound come back and no problem at all so far.
Now, my problem is how to delete DUAl BOOT, so that my HDD could gain back the wasted space.
I am sincerly anticipate for your great help
Thans in advance.