When I had to reinstall Windows2000, I installed it into a new directory called
c:\WIN2000. So I have to OS directories: c:\WINNT and c:\WIN2000. After this,
upon rebooting, I am asked which operating system I want to boot to. Fair
For various reasons I won't discuss here, I had to reinstall again. I deleted
c:\WINNT and its associated "Documents and Settings" directories (the old
install), and put my NEWEST install of win2k into c:\WINNT.
This install was everything I could hope for. I then deleted c:\WIN2000 and
its associated "Documents and Settings" directories. So now I have only one OS
on my system.
Now for the question...
When I reboot, I am still asked which OS I would like to boot to--Windows
beileves there are two on my system. If I select the second one, I am told
that it is missing files.
Where is windows looking and what does it see that makes it think there are to
OS's, and how can I convince it otherwise.