Posted 09 August 2007 - 09:05 PM
I recently had 2 IDE 80GB hard drives in my computer. i had a 250GB SATA drive just sitting in my computer, i wasn't able to figure out how to get it installed. so a few days ago, i found seagate DiskWizard, and it got my SATA drive working effortlessly. so i decide i want this to be my main hard drive. its faster and holds alot more, it would make my computer faster. so i cloned my old main hard drive to this one, then i wiped the old one completely. right now i haven't used the disk wizard for my old hard drive to show up again, because i want my SATA to be the C: drive. for some reason, it is still my G: drive. how can i change that?
when i wiped my drive, the computer started up, but stayed at the blue windows "welcome" screen. so i put in the boot CD my comp came with, and re-installed windows, and it works very very well, all the files are in place. some programs, however, aren't working correctly. i tried re-installing iTunes, it says i need a C: drive to do it.
i need it to be my C: drive, because one, its annoying having all the main files not in C:, and some of the programs i have dont work without it.
i also have a new MSI MoBo, Video card (8800gts, very excited), and some DDR2 memory for the new MoBo coming by UPS tomorrow. should i wait til then? is there a certain way i should set everything up to get it how i want it?