For some unknown reason, whilst trying to install Windows 7 to a new drive on a dual boot with Vista Ultimate, towards the end of the installation it said that it could not continue and I had to run chkdsk on the C: drive. I waited and chkdsk did run giving all sorts of errors but then the installation would not complete with the same message. The next try failed also, as did the next. I then tried to boot again from the CD, but that also failed - same problem.
I am now left with an ineffective triple boot system. The options are Windows 7, Windows 7 and Vista Ultimate.
How do I remove those choices so that I have only Vista?
I am reformatting the offending drive to try again, and really do not want three Windows 7 choices.