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AngelThesis

How do I remove Windows 7 Build 6801?

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So I downloaded the pre-beta, and I'm rather upset with myself XD

Long story short, I installed the OS on the same partition that Vista Home Premium is on, and I attempted to move all program files and User folders from windows.old to their respective places on Windows 7. Basically, I'm less than content with what I've done, and I'm looking for a way to remove Windows 7 and go back to my Vista Home Premium. Is there anything that can be done?? I'm so desperate!! ;_;

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well if u have ur setup cd u can always do a fresh install , why really would u install a beta though over your main OS ???

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You should have created another Partition for Windows 7. At this point, I would format and reinstall Vista.

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you should be able to uninstall it from add/remove programs. It should undo its install and revert your system back to the way it was when u installed 7.

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you should be able to uninstall it from add/remove programs. It should undo its install and revert your system back to the way it was when u installed 7.

Only one problem with that. Windows 7 is an OS and just as there is no uninstall option for Vista, there also is no uninstall option for 7.

At this point, a reload of Windows is probably the fastest and easiest way to take care of it.

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It's not possible to uninstall Win7 at the moment. Moral of the story, don't install a beta over a working, non-beta OS. Dual boot or use a separate drive entirely.

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