Download the freeware application called VistaBootPro. Install it on your
system, then run it in elevated mode (right click the vistabootpro icon and
select 'run as administrator' option. Once VistaBootPro has loaded click on
the Bootloader tab. Now click on the radio button next to the 'Uninstall the
vista bootloader (used to restore legacy OS) option and click the Apply
Once you have done this, reboot your PC. You should now boot directly into
your Windows XP partition. In other words, you know longer have a menu
coming up giving you the option of which operating system to boot to. Once
in Windows XP go to control panel, and click on administartive tools,
followed by computer managment. In the computer managment window click Disk
management and then Delete the Vista partition.
John Barnett MVP
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"Dominic" <Dominic@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I've installed on my system Windows XP S2 and Vista Ultimate RC1 on a new
> partition. Evertime booting there's the new vista bootmanager where to
> which OS should be started.
> Now I wanted to uninstall Vista. How to do? I've read that deleting this
> partition won't work.
> Kind regards