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dwyatt2g

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I have vista installed on my c: drive labeled system partition. I bought a new hard drive d: labeled boot,active,primary and installed vista on it. I want to format c: drive but i cant because Vista wont boot when the drive is disabled. I need to make my d: drive the system one.....any ideas? When my computer starts i get a dual boot option, when i disabled c: i get a "missing bootmgr please restart message"
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Can we just check, are you running IDE or SATA?
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