XP usually fails if we remove Windows 2000 from a dual boot setup. You can remove it but it's painful to most.
Here's the drill:
1. Have your XP CD handy.
2. Use a partition program to delete the Windows 2000 partition and set your XP partition to the size your copy of XP can handle (this MATTERS!)
3. Now look up "XP REPAIR INSTALL" on google.com to fix most of the issues.
4. Now start reinstalling applications that have now failed.
I have both XP and 2000 installed on the same partition. Yes, I know it was not a good move :oops: Could anyone tell me how I can safely remove 2000?
When I log with 2000 I can no longer remove any program. In the Add/Remove programs menu I have the following message: There are no programs installed on this computer.
If I log with XP, these programs are not installed neither so I figured I had to remove them from 2000 and re-install them on XP. Was I right?