Been AWOL for a bit because I caught a virus and had to reinstall windows. Decided to reinstall it to my SSD instead of my HDD so it would boot faster and all that. Backed everything up and found I couldn't format my HDD from the windows installed on my SSD and I couldn't do it from the windows installed on my HDD because it was using the information on it. After a bit I got it worked out and managed to format my HDD but for whatever reason when I boot up my computer is still detecting the windows on my HDD (which isn't there). Anyone know how to get rid of this?
Posted 13 May 2016 - 03:49 AM
Might be my SSD. I disabled the HDD and it still came up. Then I completely disconnected it and it (2 windows) still came up. I did have an installation of windows on my SSD that I thought I overwrote because it was never identified but I guess it's ghost is running around in my PC. Now when I put the windows disk in it won't even load. This crap is getting old, fast.
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