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how do you "remove" a sound card? "resolved"

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Re: how do you "remove" a sound card? "resolved"

#31 Postby savvy_cowgirl » Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:40 pm

I deleted the linux extended partition from the windows 7 side, then ran the whole set of restore discs. Seems like I read that if you wanted to get rid of linux, just delete it from the windows side, and then you could expand your windows partition, except I wanted to wipe all my windows stuff (anti-virus, firewall, anti-spyware, etc.) too. I had even left all the little stickers on, and the plastic cover. I had all my packing, hadn't taken the twistee off the power cord, really did everything to try to keep it as nice and perfect as I could "just in case".

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