I have checked your other threads and Elsie has replied in one of them. Its not a good Idea to make changes to your computer while a HJT team member is helping you it makes their job VERY difficult. If you choose to move the hard drive please post in your other topics that the problem is being solved by format and re-install. Be aware though even if you move the "infected" drive to another position in the computer there is still a chance it could re-infect the main Partition. Your best options are 1. follow through with the HJT team. 2. Swap HDD again and move all of your important non Os dependant files to the non infected drive (IE: music, pictures, documents etc). Use Dban boot and nuke
to format the infected drive and re-install windows. Lastly transfer the files back to the main partition and scann or Nuke the other HDD. If you have a Rootkit infection it is possible you will loose some of your information it depends on how bad the infection is.
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