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Ryantuc

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I've been looking around, but I can't find any info particular to this situation. I currently have Win7 and Lion installed on my machine. I literally never use Lion because I have recently purchased a mac (that has full sound capability XD.) I just purchased a bunch of new hardware for my pc, SSD, Video Card, Ram, etc. I want to remove both operating systems and replace them both with a fresh install of Win7 64bit. I would like to remove OSX and chameleon, and get the windows bootloader back prior to making any changes. I've messed it up before and getting it back to let me boot was a pain in the butt. What should I do? :help: :help: :help:

Thanks a million, I'm sorry if this is innipropriate.





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