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#1 lucas


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Posted 17 April 2007 - 09:36 AM

I bought a 320Gb because needed more espace. I installed it and I am keeping my old disk too; and I would like to have it as my main disk(boot disk C:).
What should I do to make my new disk work as main disk (boot disk) without having to reinstall Windows?
My system configured it as drive E:
How can I make it work as C:(as boot drive)?
I clone my old disk to the new one with Norton Ghost.
Thank you very much for any help, I need it badly.

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#2 Baloo


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Posted 17 April 2007 - 10:02 AM

Boot the system with the new drive only connected and the jumpers set to master. Then power down, install the old drive with the jumpers set to slave and you shoud be good.

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