I have a Maxtor SATA HDD 320GB, Which the windows is installed on it. It name is 'D:' on 'My Computer'
The other HDD is Western Digital, IDE connection and a capacity of 160 GB, which my father was using it on another pc and the hard drive crashed.
Later when it crashed I connected the WD HDD (160 GB) to recover some files, which I couldn't and for some reason it turned to be the 'C:' on 'My Computer'
When I removed the Wsetern Digital (the crashed one) HDD, before the boot screen, this message below was written
Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk and press Enter
When I connected the Western Digital HDD (the crashed one), the OS booted correctly.
Now I thought that because the Western Digital HDD (the crashed one) was the C: drive and the other one D: drive (where the proper windows installation is), the OS won't load without the C: drive, I am Right?
Should I Change the drive letter, and then I could remove the bad one.
Thanks for reading