This is going to be long post Asus mobo. P7H55-M Pro. I have 4 drives in the box. C, D, F H, I. C is a partition of I. C use to be the boot drive. It started as I lost one drive, F in Win 7. I took the cover off the side of the PC & found the SATA cable unplugged from the mobo for this drive. I plugged it in & that's when the problem started. It could not boot back into the Windows I was using. It just wouldn't boot. I used the Win 7 DVD to try a repair but it didn't see that drive version, "C". it found an older version of win 7 I gave up on because of problems with it. It repaired that installation. That gave me a dual boot. Win 7 or Win 7 repaired. If I boot into the original Win7 I was using I get the following 2 error messages, C:\Windows|system32\USERNV.dll & C:\Windows\system 32\RpcPtRemote.dll In The repaired win 7 in computer I see, System Reserved (C:), D(D), F(F) & (H) Local disk I, which is my old "C" drive. C© reserved is part of this drive. How did it get like this I don't even begin to understand. The Win 7 I am on now is the repaired version on drive
D(D). So if I make sense, System reserved (C:) is part of I drive which was my everyday boot disk C: (D:) is the drive this version of win 7 is on. Drive (F:) & (H:) are storage drives. I need to get Drive I to be part of C(C:) again & have it boot into that drive. Help, please. The little System reserved (C:) if I double click on it I get "bootsect.lxe.bak
Edited by b1mmuo27, 28 October 2013 - 08:53 PM.