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hi,
I have a current configuration that consists of C: -> OS and P: -> Program Files on HDD0.
I ghosted the C: of HDD0 to HDD1 as i want to use C: on HDD1 and P: on HDD0. But it doesn't allow me to logon to windows 2000. I noticed that HDD1 has become E: instead of C:.
any help?

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Hi Most OS expect to find the OS on the C drive. Trouble is that is all I know.LOL Peace Mal
 

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Your boot drive will always be C:, so unless you jumper that drive to be the first drive (primary Master), you'll probably not be able to boot from it. Did you try swapping the master/slave relationship of the two hard disks?
 

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It would be nice to know what you did to fix it for future reference. That's how other folks reading these forums learn about this stuff. :)
 
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