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Windows 7 boot manager

I have Windows 7 installed as my main operating system on my machine and recently installed Hyper V Server on a separate hard disk. Now I have realised that I don't use Hyper V as much as I thought I might and want to remove it from the machine completely.

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"Install EasyBCD

Run it from within Windows 7. With this program you can edit your bootloader with a GUI (which I prefer over a command line).

You can add and delete installations, so delete your Hyper-V entry and after that you can savely delete the partition. Problem solved!

Just a note of caution: you can seriously screw up your computer if you don't know what you're doing here. Either make a backup (which I think is an option as well) or leave it be."