Undoing partition in Windows Vista

Hi, I tried to re-install Windows Vista to fix some problems I was having. It created a partition and that is not what I wanted. Can you tell me how to undo it please?
Christine Smith
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  1. Vista does not create a new partition when reinstalling over an existing instalation.
    What it does do is collect the previous instalation into one folder called Windows.old.
    In order for it to create a new partition, first you would have had to have suffcient unalocated free space on the drive. On starting the instalation, you would have been asked where to install Vista and had to select the unalocated space to create a new partition in.
    Maybe you can take a screen shot of your drive management screen showing the drive partitions so we can see what you have.
  2. Check out this site. I think it has some information on it that you may find useful!

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5021499_undo-partitioned-hard-drive.html

    I hope this helps!

    Brett M,
    Windows Outreach Team
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