Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.setup_upgrade (More info?)
First Control Panel|System|Advanced|Startup and Recovery, choose the correct
System Startup option as default, then you'll need to delete the options you
want removed from the boot.ini, it's a system, hidden file in the root of
the system partition. So you'll need to show-all-files in Explorer.
Explorer|Tools|Folder Options|View, then radio button for "Show hidden files
and folders" *and* also uncheck the box for "Hide protected operating system
files". You should end up with something like this (below). The timeout
value is not functional when there is only one startup choice.
Then assuming you don't need anything on drive1 you can delete/recreate the
partition(s) using Disk Management snap-in;
|I have two versions of windows 2000 on my PC and I wish t
| oremove one of them. Can I just delete it and the entire
| directory from the second hard drive, where it is
| I do not have an option under the add remove programs
| TYhank ou for your help.