converting 64 bit to 32 bit on HDD partition


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I partitioned earlier my 300 GB into C, D and E of 100 GB each, and loaded W7-32 bit on C and D, and Linux-64 on E. Now I want to bring the usage of E also under W7, and how do I do it?
 
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So you don't want to use Linux anymore and you want to make that just another partition for windows to use is that correct? You can use a program Called Partition wizard Home addition which is a free download.
Once you've loaded it you can see your HDD with all it's partitions and alter "E" as to however you want.
 
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Please explain in better detail about what your plans are for the E: partition.

If you want to remove Linux, you will run into issues because of the flavor of boot loader it installed and uses - either LILO or GRUB.

I'm unsure if Windows can access a Linux partition. I'm fairly certain it can not but may be possible with 3rd party software.
 

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