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How can I format the C drive OS is not on C: drive anymore

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"How can I format the C drive OS is not on C: drive anymore ",now I want to get rid of the installation on the C: partition. Every time I try to format it says I cannot do it, I am assuming that it's because that C: is the boot volume. How can I make sure that my new installation is the boot volume and the C: drive is able to be formatted and is just relegated to a storage partition? Is this even possible? Should I just re-install over the C: Drive? I know that's the easy answer but if someone can solve the challenge of completely changing it that would be appreciated.

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